PMID: 1885948Jul 1, 1991Paper

The impact of spinal cord injury on female sexuality, menstruation and pregnancy: a review of the literature

The Journal of the American Paraplegia Society
M L Sipski

Abstract

Spinal cord injury (SCI) results in alterations in sexual functioning. This area has been studied in depth in males; however, the literature pertaining to female sexual dysfunction after injury is sparse and focused primarily on menstruation and pregnancy. This report reviews the literature on female sexuality, menstruation and pregnancy after SCI and discusses the findings.

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Sep 30, 2003·Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey·Leonardo Pereira
Jun 14, 2005·Spinal Cord·D DeForgeD Moher
May 18, 2010·Journal of Women's Health·Angela ColantonioNora Cullen
Mar 23, 2017·Spinal Cord·W A BaumanF Biering-Sørensen
May 23, 2015·Journal of Applied Physiology·Elisa J Gonzalez-RothiDavid D Fuller
Apr 4, 2002·Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy·Rosemary Basson
Apr 3, 2010·PM & R : the Journal of Injury, Function, and Rehabilitation·Heakyung KimMelissa Trovato
Dec 12, 2013·Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy·Jackie D CrampDavid S Ditor
Jun 19, 2008·Endocrine Practice : Official Journal of the American College of Endocrinology and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists·Stefan BughiYaga Szlachcic
Mar 31, 2021·Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey·Michael P WendelEverett F Magann
Oct 20, 1999·Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation·M MongaM Rajasekaran
Mar 1, 1997·Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation·S A StiensC S Formal

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