Sex and Dementia - Sex and Seniors Part 3

Posted Feb 3rd, 2020

Sex and Dementia - Sex and Seniors Part 3

When a person develops dementia, it can affect sexual expression, but what doesn't change is the person's need to be understood, and to give and receive affection and comfort. We interview Natalie Wilton, sex therapist, in Part 3 of our series, and tackle some difficult issues around sex and dementia.  Want a transcript of the interview?  Go here for more information.

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  • SPENCER WAINRIGHT III on Nov 7th, 2021
    Ten years ago we both couldn't wait to be intamate. At 76, my bride is no longer interested. I have had difficulties with ED, but have been able to overcome that with the help of a pump and rings; which help me maintain an erection. I have tried planning a date. Date went fine. It did not result in intamacy. I will not force my needs upon my bride. We both have failed marraiges. We talk about everything; but our lack of intamacey. Whenever I bring up the subject; it is quickly dismissed. I can masturbate; but that hasn't the desired outcome of mutual pleasurable intamacy that we once both enjoyed. Do we need a counselor? Frustrated in Satsuma

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