Dyspareunia following childbirth

@article{Kettle2005DyspareuniaFC,
  title={Dyspareunia following childbirth},
  author={C. Kettle and K. Ismail and F. O’Mahony},
  journal={The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist},
  year={2005},
  volume={7}
}
While a temporary reduction in libido is acceptable following childbirth, women should not expect postpartum dyspareunia to occur. If these symptoms are left untreated a woman can become afraid of having intercourse and the problem can escalate, causing long‐term physical and psychological morbidity. This can lead to sexual disharmony and relationship breakdown. Early and sensitive management is crucial in the prevention of long‐term problems. In this article we present a multidisciplinary… Expand
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