According to channel 7 in a study reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine, Australian researchers surveyed men aged 75 to 95, most of whom were married or living with a partner.
They found that almost a third of the men aged 75 or older were sexually active at least once a year, including about 1 in 10 men aged 90 to 95.
Forty percent said they had sex less often than they would like. Forty-eight percent claimed sex remained an important part of their life.
Just half of one percent of men said they were having more sex than they would like to. Many sexually active older men also said they'd love to be having more sex.
As aging men continue to be more active and healthy it stands to reason that they will also want to maintain a handsome appearance and sex appeal. Dr. O'Toole explains to his patients that there really is no age limit for plastic surgery patients. In general patients who are healthy are candidates for plastic surgery. Older men may consider gynecomastia surgery if male breast tissue has become more visible with age. The procedure is performed by removing breast tissue and fat through a small incision around the nipple. The scar heals incredibly well and is virtually undetectable once healed. For many men for the first time in their lives, they are not embarrassed to be seen without a shirt.
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