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26/08/2010

Is marriage bad for your sex life?

A survey of 3,000 married people reveals that their sex lives did not remain the same after marriage.

Is marriage bad for your sex life?

Marriage takes a toll on your sex life, reveals a survey, which found that one third of married people no longer fancy their partner as much as they did in the early days, with 43 per cent claiming their loved one has let themselves go.

Researchers found before walking down the aisle, couples can expect to have sex more than four times a week.

But after three years of life as man and wife most couples are lucky to have sex just once every seven days.

It also emerged six out of ten couples believe marriage has completely ruined the excitement of having sex.

Astonishingly, just under half of all married people say their relationship with their partner is more like friends than lovers.

26/08/2010

Is marriage bad for your sex life?

A survey of 3,000 married people reveals that their sex lives did not remain the same after marriage.

Is marriage bad for your sex life?

Marriage takes a toll on your sex life, reveals a survey, which found that one third of married people no longer fancy their partner as much as they did in the early days, with 43 per cent claiming their loved one has let themselves go.

Researchers found before walking down the aisle, couples can expect to have sex more than four times a week.

But after three years of life as man and wife most couples are lucky to have sex just once every seven days.

It also emerged six out of ten couples believe marriage has completely ruined the excitement of having sex.

Astonishingly, just under half of all married people say their relationship with their partner is more like friends than lovers.

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