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Updated 06 October 2015

4 reasons to get it on tonight

It’s been a while. Getting out of a dry patch is often just a case of getting back in the habit. So if you can’t really think why not, then why not?

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Isn't it any reason a good reason to get it on? Uhm, well not for some.

Tonight is the night!

Here's why:

1. It’s been a while. Getting out of a dry patch is often just a case of getting back in the habit. So if you can’t really think why not, then why not? Try a little foot massage and work your way up from there.

2. You thought of something new to try. Surprise your partner just the right amount with a new move that puts a smile on his face the whole weekend. Some ideas:  How to drive him wild.

3. You’re feeling good. In the mood for a celebration? Break out your best music, some fine wine or warm fruity tea, light a few candles and celebrate with your bodies.

4. You’re making a baby. Yep, newsflash, sex makes babies. But if you’re trying for one, don’t just keep sex for the right time of the month, make sure you keep the fun in your sex life at other times too.

Try these: Best positions for making a baby.

Read more:

Less sleep leads to less sex in postmenopausal women

Your sex life and depression

A dodgy heart shouldn't hinder your sex life

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