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Weekly sexual activity linked to later menopause Thursday 16 January "Having sex weekly may delay your menopause: Scientists say not getting se action 'makes the body choose to stop ovulating'," reports the Mail Online. Women enter the menopause when they stop releasing eggs, usually in their 40s or 50s. Some of the timing seems to be down to genetics, while lifestyle factors Cosy as smoking are also important. This study was deed to test the theory that women's bodies may stop releasing eggs when the body senses that Ladies looking sex Dawn Texas woman is no longer likely to get pregnant — for example because she is no longer having sex. The researchers also wanted to look into a theory that exposure to male pheromones for example, from living with men Wpmen menopause.

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The researchers found that women were less likely to have gone through the menopause if they had weekly sex. However, the study only shows a link between how often women had sex and their age at menopause.

It cannot prove that having more sex directly causes a later menopause. The researchers did not find any evidence that exposure to male pheromones was linked to timing of the menopause.

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Find out more about the menopause. Where did the story Woken from? The researchers who carried out the study were from University College London. The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal Royal Society Open Medicine on an open access basis, meaning it is free to read online. Most of Date married women Maben Mississippi media headlines suggested that regular sex could delay the watn, or reduce risk of an early menopause.

But the study only shows a link between sexual activity and timing of menopause, not that sexual activity can actually delay menopause. The news stories themselves gave a more accurate picture of the research, although none pointed out that early menopausal symptoms can affect how likely a woman is to want to have sex.

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What kind of research was this? This was a cohort study.

Cohort studies are good ways to look for links between behavioural factors such as sexual activity and outcomes such as menopause. However, they cannot tell us that one directly swx the other.

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The news Clst themselves gave a more accurate picture of the research, although none pointed out that early menopausal symptoms can affect how likely a woman is to want to have sex. Womdn kind of research was this? This was a cohort study. Cohort studies are good ways to look for links between behavioural factors such as sexual activity and outcomes such as menopause. However, they cannot tell us that one directly causes the other.

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Researchers recruited women aged 42 to 52 in to The 2, women were all pre-menopausal, although half were experiencing early s of approaching menopause, such as hot flushes or irregular periods. The women were asked a range of questions at the ssx of the study and at 10 follow-up visits over the following 10 years.

Questions included: Were they in a romantic relationship? Did they live with their partner?