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Data collection took place in ; participants were recruited using a variety of online and offline advertisements. Those who had sex more often and were more interested in sex were more likely to be satisfied, while those who wanted sex more often in the future were less likely to be satisfied, as were men who had experienced sexual difficulties. Sexual satisfaction was also associated with life satisfaction in men and positive mental health in women.
Factors associated with satisfaction in this study will help guide strategies to support older people in realizing the sexual lives they desire. We would like to acknowledge the contributions of Graham Brown and Pauline Crameri to the project upon which this article is based. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine.
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