Sex & Your Body Quiz
The HealthCentral Editorial Team | July 31, 2009
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True or false: Many women are not capable of having an orgasm.
If you have never had an orgasm, rest assured that you are not alone. However, only 4 and 7 percent of women deal with what’s known as women’s orgasmic disorder, according to an article in American Family Physician (AFP).
True or false: Around menopause, you may start experiencing symptoms of painful intercourse.
During menopause, it's not uncommon for women to experience vaginal atrophy, which can make sex painful.
True or false: Erectile dysfunction is an uncommon problem and difficult to treat.
Most men experience some degree of erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives, and there are several effective treatment options.
True or false: There are three stages of female sexual response: excitement, plateau, and orgasm.
There are actually four stages: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.
True or false: Once you are no longer a virgin, your vagina will automatically respond to relax and accommodate sexual intercourse.
Much more goes into whether your body will relax for sex than the fact that you've had it before: mental factors, desire, adequate lubrication, and more.
True or false: Once you start experiencing symptoms of menopause, you no longer need to use birth control.
You need to use birth control until you have missed your menstrual cycle for 12 consecutive months.