Washington, May 15 ANI | 7 months ago

A new study has revealed that women's sexual satisfaction in long-term heterosexual relationships may be influenced by changes in hormonal contraceptive use.

According to the research from the University of Stirling, Glasgow, Newcastle, Northumbria and Charles University in Prague, women who had met their partner while taking the pill and were still currently taking it, as well as those who had never used the pill at any point

Lead researcher Craig Roberts from Stirling's Division of Psychology, said that the congruence of women's pill use throughout the relationship had a greater influence on sexual satisfaction levels than either simply being on the pill or not being on the pill.

The study was published in Psychological Science.

(Posted on 15-05-2014)

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