sexual functioning

sexual functioning

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as integration of physical, socioemotional, and intellectual aspects of sexual expression and performance. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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USA], Dec 21 (ANI): A cancer diagnosis affects a person's sexual functioning, according to a research.
15 Furthermore, voluntary PFM contractions improve pelvic blood circulation, triggering improvements in sexual functioning.
In sexual functioning, the group of "other cancers" showed the highest levels of satisfaction (23.
Burch and colleagues suggest that surgeons and other professionals caring for patients with back pain should be aware of and discuss the impact on sexual functioning.
Sexual functioning in postmenopausal women not taking hormone therapy in the Gynecological and Menopause Clinic, Songklanagarind Hospital measured by Female Sexual Function Index questionnaire.
Sexual functioning involves complex and varied interactions between sex hormones such as estradiol (E2) and testosterone, environmental factors, and the autonomic nervous system.
16) A study by Wallner about sexual functioning among 1291 diabetic and non-diabetic women in Boston, demonstrated that women with type 2 DM might experience similar sexual functioning to women without DM, but women with type 1 DM might report more SDs such as dyspareunia.
Postpartum sexual functioning and method of delivery: summary of the evidence.
11) In a study investigating sexual functioning in RA, it was reported that the study and control groups were comparable in terms of sexual satisfaction, however, the study group had a relatively low sexual activity compared to the control group, particularly the female patients having trouble during intercourse due to joint discomfort.
In the present study sexual functioning was not associated with the type of delivery.
This is one of the first studies to show that women also experience improvements in their sexual functioning and satisfaction, as well as significant improvements in their reproductive hormones.
Problems with sexual functioning are common among women with PFDs.