Do you have better sex after a dry spell?

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New research claims there's good and bad news when it comes to dry spells of the sexual variety. According to the journal Biological Psychology, lack of sex can be bad for your blood pressure. (Sad face.) But on a sexier note, a similar World Journal of Urology study found that after three weeks of no sexual activity whatsoever, men experienced more intense orgasms, and because they had elevated testosterone levels, their libido was higher as well.--LA Times

They didn't mention the ladies in the latter study, but have you ever noticed that especially in long-term relationships where the bedroom antics naturally seem to ebb and flow, that sex after a few days of abstinence is always kind of extra awesome? (Or is that just like, what's going on in my house?) Thoughts to share?