Fertilization results from the combination of several factors. When any of these are, temporarily or permanently, absent such fertilization can not occur, but other functions can be maintained for the rest of life.
It is legitimate to assume that adding the knowledge of humanity, we know all we need to know.
If we look at what has happened over the centuries we find that we always had the feeling that we knew it needed, though centuries later we went finding many new insights emerged and had to make many adjustments to what used to be considered true.
Human reproduction may occur by the fortuitous coincidence of several factors, which are not always present.
For example, some of these factors are: the presence of sperm in the fallopian tubes, the existence of a mature egg ready to be fertilized, the recent formation of the endometrium that enables eventual nesting of a fertilized egg, the movement of several hormones into the bloodstream of the mother and probably many other factors, known and unknown to modern science.
That fortuitous coincidence of several factors mean that chance determines the synchronicity required for fertilization to occur, but also allows us to assume that these participants factors may always be present (for example, certain hormones in the bloodstream of women) and also some may appear definitely stop, such as the formation of the endometrium in the uterus.
The objective of this video and comment that this article is the popular belief that a woman loses her sex drive after menopause could be false, as the hormones that cause it, some women have a life presence.
These women will stop fertilizing because they lack at least one essential factor, but never cease to lubricate vaginally or cause erections stop his occasional sexual partner.
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Vigencia sexual postmenopausia.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.183)