More than one in four women aged 35 and over "never" have sex, a new UK survey has revealed.
The study found that, for 28 percent of these women, making love is a thing of the past, reports The Mirror.
The survey of 745 women, aged 35 to 64, found that childless women had far more orgasms than mums, with 41 percent saying it happened most of the time. But just 12 percent of mums with one child achieved sexual satisfaction, while those with two kids fared only slightly better (14 percent).
Women working part-time have more orgasms (67 percent) than full-time workers (57 percent), the survey released by Sky Real Lives to mark the launch of its series, The Secret Guide To Women's Health, found.
The research also highlighted fears about the menopause and found that 42 percent of the women polled have battled depression.
Mirror columnist Coleen Nolan, who will front the show, said: "So many women are suffering from health problems they don't want to seek help for because they think it's embarrassing.
"The show will provide a platform to discuss problems they can't talk about with friends."