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Sexual Dysfunction and its Associated Factors After Delivery: Longitudinal Study in Iranian Women

Mojdeh Banaei; Azam Moridi¸ Sareh Dashti.

Abstract
Introduction: Considering physical and emotional changes affecting women’s sexual function in postpartum period. Aim: This study was conducted to determine the sexual dysfunction and postpartum-related factors in Bandar Abbas women in 2016. Material and Methods: This analytical cross-sectional study used systematic random sampling on 432 postpartum women referred to Bandar Abbas Healthcare Centers. Data were collected by Demographic and Obstetrics Questionnaire and Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) Questionnaire through interview and were analyzed by using SPSS ver.22 method. Results: The overall rate of sexual dysfunction was reported 85.95%. The most common postpartum sexual dysfunction was pain sexual dysfunction during sexual intercourse. The mean score of all types of sexual dysfunction increased over time after delivery except sexual satisfaction so that the mean score of sexual satisfaction did not show significant differences over time. There was a significant relationship between sexual dysfunction with factors such as duration of marriage (p< 0.001), number of children (p

Key words: childbirth;postpartum;sexual health;female sexual dysfunction


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