An estate agent has revealed how she began cheating because she was fed up of faking orgasms.
Sarah was getting tired of lying to herself when her long-term partner Steve stopped pleasuring her between the sheets.
The 31-year-old, from Hampshire, had been with her lover for 10 years but their sex life changed following the birth of their two kids.
She said: "I have always struggled to climax through intercourse alone and needed a lot of foreplay to get me over the line.
"Steve was fine with that when we first got together and we had lots of sex toys too to keep things interesting.
"But after we had kids that more adventurous side to our sex life went out of the window and we just started going through motions."
Steve stopped making an effort to satisfy his partner so instead of nagging him about it, Sarah just started faking it.
Then a friend of the mum told her about IllicitEncounters, the UK's leading dating site for married people, and now the rest is history.
She added: "I started to give it a go and quickly got interest from three men.
"I met up with Andy, an insurance broker who was married like me and also putting up with rubbish sex with his partner.
"It was exciting to be sleeping with someone new again and we made love three times and I didn't have to fake it once."
After the first few meetings, Sarah began seeing Andy once a week for kinky sex sessions, using trips to the gym as an excuse.
She detailed: "The sex was always exciting and Andy was happy to give me the attention I wasn't getting at home.
"But soon I was craving more excitement so I started seeing builder Paul at the same time as Andy.
"Again it was the excitement of seeing someone new that got me going. Now I have regular affairs on the site.
"I make it clear to all my partners that I am not looking for anything exclusive – just a bit of fun on the side."
And Sarah's not the only woman who struggles to reach an orgasm during sex.
A new survey conducted by 2,000 people on the website revealed around six out of 10 women claim to fake it during sex.
Sex and relationship expert Jessica Leoni said: "There's no doubt that faking it is on the rise because couples have been stuck at home.
"For lots of women it is easier to fake it and get the sex over with rather than explain to their partner that they are not happy.
"The best sex happens right at the start of a relationship when you are both discovering each other's bodies for the first time."