Our expert says:
Men’s sexual satisfaction comes primarily from achieving orgasm, irrespective of how that is achieved. If he is happy with the current situation, then, that is all that is required. However, on a more general note, as men get older, the penis becomes less sensitive and requires more and more direct stimulation. And often vaginal penetration does not provide the correct degree of stimulation. Additionally, after childbearing, and with the progress of age, the pelvic floor tends to become dilated, and the tone of the muscles reduces. This in turn leads to reduced the vaginal tone, and therefore a reduced grip on the penis during intercourse.
You can continue as you are, and discuss with your husband other ways of fulfilling your sexual needs through non-penetrative sexual activity, or you can try to increase the tone of your pelvic muscles by doing Kegel exercises - look that up on the Internet. Surgery is an option that is definitely to be discouraged as it can lead to many other problems. Anal intercourse is an option, again look it up on the Internet, it can be a viable alternative to vaginal penetration. It is highly recommended that your husband wear a condom when doing this, as otherwise he will be susceptible to bladder infections
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