Female sexual function and its associations with number of children, pregnancy, and relationship satisfaction.

@article{Witting2008FemaleSF,
  title={Female sexual function and its associations with number of children, pregnancy, and relationship satisfaction.},
  author={Katarina Witting and Pekka Santtila and Katarina Alanko and Nicole Harlaar and Patrick Jern and Ada Johansson and Bettina von der Pahlen and Markus Varjonen and Monica {\AA}lgars and N. Kenneth Sandnabba},
  journal={Journal of sex & marital therapy},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={
          89-106
        }
}
Associations between number of children, pregnancy, and overall relationship satisfaction were explored in a population-based sample of 2081 women, aged 33-43 years. Multiparous women had less orgasm problems compared to nulliparous women. Nulliparous women had more pain problems and were sexually less satisfied compared to women with children, regardless of the number. Women pregnant with the first child had fewer pain problems compared to a matched nonpregnant control and were sexually more… CONTINUE READING
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