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As a woman, should I talk about my sex life with my friends?

Eva B. Cwynar, MD
Internal Medicine
Most women who are not having satisfactory sex lives feel isolated in their circumstances. They feel as if everyone else is having great sex, and they're the only ones who aren't. The truth is that millions of women are in the same situation. It may be a good idea to talk to your friends and ask them how they feel about their sex lives. Do it with humor -- and maybe a glass or two of wine -- and you may be surprised to find out that they feel the same way you do. Or if they feel differently, they may be able to give you some ideas about how they're spicing up their love lives.
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