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"Get informed, and find a way to talk about it with somebody, not necessarily a therapist but a friend or somebody.

' I would challenge that and say, 'Maybe you should make an overt effort to make the rest of your life as full as you can.' And that includes being daring, flaunting the stereotype.Blank and Bortz each recommend masturbation -- for both men and women -- as a good starting point.Not surprisingly, maintaining sexual function is different for men and women."We don't necessarily get worse, but our physiology changes as we get older," Bortz says."One myth to put aside is that sex equals intercourse," Blank says. Alternatives to intercourse are not just for people who don't want to get pregnant or get a disease."If we are not sick and debilitated by whatever is getting to us in our old age, then there is no reason we shouldn't be feeling good about ourselves sexually and think of ourselves as potentially being attractive to others," Blank says. If my self-image is good, I can at least think about being attractive.

I don't have any difficulty telling a sex partner that I have problems with some things about my body and don't feel comfortable taking all my clothes off." Once self-esteem is better, a person can begin to explore his or her newfound sexuality.

"Young people identify everyone in the next generation with their parents, and of course they don't have sex." The danger is that people come to accept these stereotypes as true.

They then risk losing one of the most important parts of their lives -- and their health.

The most healthy thing is for people to put aside the idea that if intercourse isn't working for you, you can't be sexual. If some sexual activity is uncomfortable or doesn't work, try something different." "There are a wide range of sexual enjoyments that people practice, and we as physicians should not assume that, because all we know is the old missionary position, our patients are bad for liking other things," Morley says.

"Our job as physicians is to facilitate and improve and counsel where possible." This may mean different things for different people.

"If you don't have a guy, go get one -- don't be embarrassed, or shy, or conform to the idea it is over for you," he says.