2019
DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025833
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What are the prevalence and factors associated with sexual dysfunction in breastfeeding women? A Brazilian cross-sectional analytical study

Abstract: ObjectiveThis study determined the prevalence and factors associated with sexual dysfunction in breastfeeding women.DesignCross-sectional analytical study.SettingPopulation-based study of individuals living in the northeast region of São Paulo state, Brazil.ParticipantsFrom May to August 2017, 372 women aged ≥18 years were selected who gave exclusive, predominant or complementary breast feeding up to 23 months postpartum, and who did not have contraindications for the resumption of intercourse. Pregnant women,… Show more

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“…The current study suggests that discussing sexual expectations with the partner and lack of willingness or need to introduce changes in one's sexual lif, are both correlated with higher life satisfaction and sexual satisfaction scores. Willingness to build a healthy sexual relationship should be expressed through interpersonal communication [30,31].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The current study suggests that discussing sexual expectations with the partner and lack of willingness or need to introduce changes in one's sexual lif, are both correlated with higher life satisfaction and sexual satisfaction scores. Willingness to build a healthy sexual relationship should be expressed through interpersonal communication [30,31].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Our findings are similar to a study in Japan and Brazil, where the majority of postpartum women had a lubrication disorder, apart from an arousal and orgasm disorder. 13 , 16 …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(48) In the puerperal period, 58.3% of Brazilian nursing mothers complained of a reduction in sexual frequency and poor communication with the partner. (49) Dyspareunia may affect 41% of women after vaginal delivery and 2% after cesarean delivery (50) , which may cause discomfort and HSDD. The management of HSDD in the pregnancy-puerperal period is based mainly in counseling measures (7,51) , the prescription of sexual educational strategies for women's management of HSDD (erogenous zones, sexual fantasies, clitoral manipulation to achieve orgasm), and the use of lubricants and moisturizers to improve pain during penis-vagina penetration.…”
Section: Pregnancy-puerperal Periodmentioning
confidence: 99%