Want better sex? Consider getting a new hip or knee.
Before Mary Ann Oklesson, a Manhattan magazine publisher, had both hips replaced a few years ago, the pain of arthritis made it difficult to walk, exercise or even climb into a taxi. Her failing hips had also taken a toll on her sex life.
“Sex was somewhat painful,” said Ms. Oklesson, now in her early 60s. “You have to be more cautious. If I had to pick my leg up to put it in a cab, you can imagine what sex was like. I just wasn’t quite as nimble.”
But all that changed after hip replacement surgery. “It definitely improved my quality of life, and my love life,” she says.Leave a reply →