Women's sexual health

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Sexual health is important for well-being. Worries about preventing getting pregnant or preventing getting sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have an effect on women's sexual health. So do problems such as having little desire for sex and having pain during sex.

Learn how to have a good sexual relationship. And know how to keep from getting STIs. As you get older, know about common changes in women's sexual health. It's possible to have a healthy sex life at any age and to enjoy it.

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Oct. 19, 2023