WELNESS 11th of April 2022

How To Get Your Sex Life Back During Menopause

Yes, it turns out you can still regain your sex drive after menopause and for the years beyond - if you know how to.

When we hear about menopause, we think of “the end”. The end of period, the end of that firm sculpted body, and the end of sexual drive and orgasm. This is mainly due to the physical effects of falling estrogen levels, which inevitably happen when women age well into their 40s. Although it may seem like all hope is lost (with the side attacks of night sweats, mood swings, and more), there’s no need to fear, because regaining that sex groove is possible in your midlife. Let’s dive into it, shall we?

#1 Do Something About That Vaginal Dryness

Aging = less estrogen = less blood flow to the vagina, resulting in more dryness. This explains why many menopausal women experience pain or discomfort during intercourse. While applying lubricants and vaginal moisturizers may provide relief to the pain during the deed, the long-term key solution here is getting back your natural lubrication from within. 

Crowned as the no.1 feminine supplement, VOFINA™ is a gynae-approved remedy that promotes healthy vaginal and sexual health. From preventing vaginal itching and dryness to enhancing lubrication and firmness, VOFINA™ helps you rekindle that bedroom spark with your partner the way it should be. Psstt..it also helps get rid of odor down there so you can enjoy a fresh and smoother intimacy all night long. *winks*

#2 Doing Kegel Exercises Can Improve Sex

Many women who goes through menopause (or those after childbirth) felt that their vagina is not as tight as it used to be, and some even resort to surgery to “tighten up” their vagina. But hear us out, doing this 30-sec exercise regularly can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and keep the vagina firm.

Kegels (pronounced as kee-gull) are gentle exercises that help relax the vaginal muscles and increase blood circulation to the pelvic floor and vagina, thereby enhancing sexual arousal and vaginal lubrication. In fact, doing it regularly can even help improve orgasms and also reduce vaginal or pelvic pain during sex (so many plusss points!).

How to do Kegels:

  1. First, identify the right pelvic floor muscles. Try to think of stopping your urine flow midstream. Once you’ve identified the right muscles, you can do it in any position but make sure to do it with an empty bladder.

  2. Aim to hold your contractions for 2-3 seconds and then release.

  3. Do about 10 repetitions two or three times a day.

Make it a part of your daily routine. Be it sitting at your desk or relaxing on the sofa, you can do Kegels just about anytime and anywhere.

Still unsure if you’re doing it right? Watch this video for more guidance.

#3 Be Open With Your Partner

If sex with a partner is becoming difficult, don’t be shy to talk about it openly and honestly with them. Communicating what’s more comfortable or what type of positions turn you on can help make sex more enjoyable. Also, sex doesn’t necessarily mean penetration, there are many other ways to express your love, such as cuddling, kissing, touching, oral sex or mutual masturbation. Your intimate life during menopause can still be rewarding when you and your partner communicate in finding new ways that turn the both of you on.

#4 Say No to HRT Drugs or Treatments

Many people find Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) drugs or treatments helpful in relieving menopausal symptoms including low sex drive. However, an important thing to note is that HRT may not be suitable for everyone and may come with adverse side effects such as blood clots, nausea, and even increased risks of breast cancer. But hey, not all is doom and gloom! Here’s one natural alternative that not only keeps menopausal symptoms at bay but can also get your sex life up and running again. 

#5 Take Menopause Supplements

Formulated specifically for menopausal women in mind, lolvita™ contains Compound K (CK), an American Ginseng known to help improve sexual arousal and satisfaction. Unlike normal ginseng, CK is a Yin-tonic that has cooling, Qi-nourishing properties that do not cause body heatiness, stomach upsets or high blood pressure. 

Most importantly, each capsule works to fill in the gap of estrogen deficiency faced by menopausal women, thanks to the Pueraria Mirifica ingredient which mimics the body’s friendly estrogen, estriol (E3). Since estrogen is the chief hormone in regulating vaginal and sexual health, a balanced estrogen would mean improved libido and lubrication = more sexy time! 

And it doesn’t stop there. lolvita™ combats unpleasant symptoms like hot flash, night sweats, mood swings, and prevents weight gain/loss caused by menopause, ensuring women feel and look their best despite their age. Shop the multi-menopause support here and reclaim your sex life back like the queen you are.


  1. Cancer Treatment Centers of America. n.d. Consider Risks Before Hormone Replacement Therapy. [online] Available at: https://www.cancercenter.com/community/blog/2018/08/consider-risks-before-using-hormone-replacement-therapy-experts-say 

  2. J. Manonai, A. Chittacharoen, U. Theppisai, H. Theppisai Effect of Pueraria mirifica on vaginal health Menopause, 14 (2007), pp. 919-924 

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