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  • Evaluation of sexual dysfunctions among women living with a partner in Ouagadougou, Burkina. [Journal Article]
    Med Sante Trop 2019; 29(3):310-316Komboigo BE, Kiemtoré S, … Thiéba B
  • To study the sexual dysfunctions of women living with a partnerin relationship in the city of Ouagadougou. This was a descriptive, and analytical cross-sectional study collectedwith prospective data collection over the a period of seven (07-) months period from March 1st through November 30th, 2016,. by interviewing It consisted of collecting from 633 women living with a partner in relationship i…
  • Case Series: Redefining Severe Grade 5 Vaginismus. [Journal Article]
    Sex Med 2019Pacik PT, Babb CR, … Holmes LN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Severe vaginismus with visceral response manifestations to routine gynecologic examinations, inability to have intercourse, and spasm of the bulbocavernosum is newly defined as severe grade 5 vaginismus. Pacik PT, Babb CR, Polio A, et al.
  • Vaginismus - who takes interest in it? [Review]
    Ceska Gynekol 2019; 84(3):233-239Daňková Kučerová J, Machač Š, … Vrána T
  • CONCLUSIONS: There are women for whom vaginismus is a serious problem and who are not able to cope with the situation without specialists help. Deepening the specialists knowledge in this field is essential for successful treatment.
  • [Obstetric outcome of women with primary vaginismus]. [Multicenter Study]
    Pan Afr Med J 2019; 32:160Tourrilhes E, Veluire M, … Nohuz E
  • CONCLUSIONS: The rates of labour dystocia and perineal morbidity were significantly high. These data were comparable to most of the data in the literature. It is likely that the psychological and behavioral aspects of vaginismus (fear-avoidance and anxiety-inducing mechanism) have favoured prolonged pregnancies, cesarean sections, mechanical dystocias and perineal injuries. Additional studies are necessary to better identify vaginismus and its obstetrical implications.
  • Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder: A Population-Based Study of Iranian Women. [Journal Article]
    J Sex Med 2019; 16(7):1068-1077Alizadeh A, Farnam F, … Parsaeian M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Reliable diagnosis of GPPPD is crucial. Application of validated tools may mitigate the overestimation of GPPPD prevalence. Simultaneously, clinicians' judgment is essential in assessing a reasonable threshold and preventing underestimation that leads to the exclusion of women suffering from pain.Further research is needed to determine the appropriate threshold for a diagnosis of GPPPD. We suggest that a woman with mild to moderate pain or fear of vaginal penetration is under sexual distress and cannot be neglected. In addition, problems may arise following the DSM-5 merging of the 2 disorders of vaginismus and dyspareunia, owing to the significant prevalence and distress of lifelong vaginismus in some cultures. Alizadeh A, Farnam F, Raisi F, et al. Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder: A Population-Based Study of Iranian Women.J Sex Med 2019;16:1068-1077.
  • Pregnancy and Sexual Relationships Study Involving wOmen and meN (PASSION Study). [Journal Article]
    J Sex Med 2019; 16(7):975-980Dwarica DS, Collins GG, … Lynn M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Pregnant couples reported decreased frequency of intercourse and more pain with intercourse in women. Women were more likely to avoid intercourse and reported more problems with communication regarding sexual needs.Overall sexual satisfaction and function were not problematic for these couples during pregnancy based on the GRISS scale. Dwarica DS, Garbe Collins G, Fitzgerald C, et al. Pregnancy and Sexual Relationships Study Involving WOmen and MeN (PASSION Study). J Sex Med 2019;16:975-980.
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