In your 40s and beyond people can still have an active sexual life.
After all, you have plenty of experience, you know what you like, and you're probably not as shy about expressing your desires.
1.It isn't advisable to rush out of bed to use the bathroom.
According to Jennifer Bump, MD, a professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston one may have heard you should pee immediately after sex to avoid a urinary tract infection. But a little urine isn't going to make a difference.
2. Don't let him skip his presex shower.
Have an uncircumcised partner? Ask him to rinse behind his foreskin;
3. Don't have a big dinner.
To prevent embarrassing situations, avoid these and other high-fiber foods in the hour or two before sex. Instead, have a small piece of chocolate.
4. Don't put sex toys away without cleaning them thoroughly
Without a proper cleanse, they could grow some infection-causing microorganisms.
5. Don't use a lubricant that includes menthol