Sexual Health, Arousal disorder

Cancer and Its Impact on Women's Sexuality

One of the great things about women is that they tend to have brains that are oriented toward coping with multiple tasks. Historically, when men were single-minded hunters, women were the gathers. Women had other responsibilities, too, such as caring for their babies and children and tending the home environment. While these skills have many great applications in both past and modern day, they may contribute to the difficulties that many women experience in having satisfying sexual relationships.

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Impact of Stress, Relationship Health and Depression on Overall Sexual Function

Research has examined the impact of individual quality of life issues on sexual function, but little research has looked at the way different quality of life measures interact with respect to sexual function complaints. Our study sought to look at the interplay of issues such as depression, general stress, sexual distress, and relationship health with each other and with sexual function in the context of women experiencing sexual function complaints.

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