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You want to have sex constantly, and even being away from that person for a brief period can be depressing.
But a few months later, each partner reverts back to his or her hormonal baseline.
Shouldn't they, if anyone, be hopping into the sack?
If they're not, well, it's possible that sexual liberation is in some way to blame. For some, monogamy becomes tougher if your single years conditioned you to expect different kinds of sex with different kinds of people.
Now that most people start having sex younger, gaining expertise and confidence earlier, "if there's a peak, it's probably during the early twenties," Meston says. Science still lacks a firm grip on why or how women's sex drives plummet.
According to Erick Janssen, Ph D, a researcher at the Kinsey Institute, the condition known clinically as Hypoactive Sexual Desire is highly subjective.
When her book (Simon & Schuster) came out several years ago, she was inundated with e-mails from readers in their twenties and thirties. In a study of 1,748 women cited in (Times Books), by sex researchers David M. Meston, Ph D, 32 percent of women aged 18 to 24 (single and married) reported having little interest in sex in the past year.
"We can still spend 24 hours a day with each other and never get bored," says Kathleen, a 34-year-old teacher in New York City.Newness, mystery, and novelty have always been an essential part of the turn-on; after a while, coming home to hubby, even if he's Mr. It's a matter of habit and taste but also of basic human chemistry.In the heady, initial phase of love, "the brain chemicals are very much like those of women who have obsessive-compulsive disorder," Meston says.Your baseline drive compels you to want sex every night, while your partner turns out to be a oncea-weeker? In this era of sexual experience, even turning 30 isn't quite as fun as it used to be. That notion originated decades ago, when conventional wisdom held that women didn't master the art of the orgasm until their thirties.Contrary to popular belief, the theory was not that, around 32 or so, women suddenly turn into revved-up sex fiends, but simply that once they got better at sex, they'd want more of it.