2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsxm.2022.02.015
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Coming Soon: Ability to Orgasm After Gender Affirming Vaginoplasty

Abstract: Background Many patients have goals related to sexual health when seeking gender-affirming vaginoplasty, and previous investigations have only studied the ability to orgasm at cross-sectional timepoints. Aim Our aim is to quantify the time to orgasm postoperative gender-affirming vaginoplasty and describe potential correlative factors, including preoperative orgasm, to improve preoperative counseling. … Show more

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“…Satisfaction with sexual function (overall, orgasmic function or vagina depth) amongst sexually active (or married 76 ) patients was also reported by diverse 10-point, 69 5-point, 46,60 3-point, 68,71,85 2point 14,41,87,43,55,61,65,66,75,79,86 and self-made questionnaires (Figures S6E/F). Sexual dysfunction associated with inadequate depth, 45 lubrication issues, sexual discomfort, sporadic ejaculation and clitoral erection (after Penile-inversion-surgery) 25 and excessive secretion, dyspareunia 25,61,79 and vaginal stenosis.…”
Section: Sexual Functionalitymentioning
confidence: 77%
“…Satisfaction with sexual function (overall, orgasmic function or vagina depth) amongst sexually active (or married 76 ) patients was also reported by diverse 10-point, 69 5-point, 46,60 3-point, 68,71,85 2point 14,41,87,43,55,61,65,66,75,79,86 and self-made questionnaires (Figures S6E/F). Sexual dysfunction associated with inadequate depth, 45 lubrication issues, sexual discomfort, sporadic ejaculation and clitoral erection (after Penile-inversion-surgery) 25 and excessive secretion, dyspareunia 25,61,79 and vaginal stenosis.…”
Section: Sexual Functionalitymentioning
confidence: 77%