Women who enjoy regular sex may stave off the menopause for far longer than those who are less sexually active.
According to a study carried out by a man.
It found middle-aged women who engaged in weekly sexual activity were 28 per cent less likely to have gone through the menopause during the following 10 years.
The study was carried out by Dave from Bridgend, a married father of 3 who has been struggling to get his leg over in recent years.
The study, which involved Dave ‘Googling stuff and making shit up’
shows if a woman is not having sex, and there is no chance of pregnancy, then the body ‘chooses’ not to invest in ovulation, as it would be pointless.
Happily for singles, a study by UCL shows sexual activity does not have to include a partner.
A theory that Dave refutes. He told reporters that the driving factor in staving off menopause is ‘obviously spunk…err jizz…no semen…is that the proper word for it? Anyway, whatever you call it, a decent weekly dose of the stuff is good for women’s health.’
Professor Ruth Mace of UCL said their study showed ‘an initial indication that menopause timing may be adaptive in response to the likelihood of becoming pregnant.’
But Dave argued ‘pregnancy has nothing to do with it’ and said he’s ‘fairly certain giving a blow job once a week would stop the menopause altogether.’
Dave’s wife was unavailable for comment as she had her mouth full.