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'Good sex is part of general well-being for most people.'Author Nicci Talbot, 38, from Hastings, East Sussex, knows the agony caused by a lack of sex drive only too well.She spent most of her late teens and early 20s wondering why she was so different to other women.Nicci, who writes health handbooks for a living, says: 'It's ironic that Sex And The City and erotic literature such as Fifty Shades Of Grey have meant that people talk about sex more than ever, but are probably doing it less than anyone realises.'Contrary to popular opinion, testosterone is not just a male hormone.Healthy young women have ten times more testosterone than oestrogen circulating in their bodies, and it regulates mood, energy and libido in women almost as much as it does in men.Production of the hormone is stimulated by regular sex - meaning once a woman loses interest in intercourse, it can become a vicious circle.But levels of testosterone in women decline naturally by an average of 50 per cent between the ages of 20 and 45, and continue to decline - though rather less dramatically - as part of the general ageing process.
'I just became less and less interested in sex,' she says. Not that I wasn't interested in the idea - but it just didn't do anything for me.Kenny is poor and, muffled by his over-sized parka, can't really speak.