Sexual dysfunction after pelvic surgery

@article{Zippe2006SexualDA,
  title={Sexual dysfunction after pelvic surgery},
  author={Craig D. Zippe and Kalyana C. Nandipati and Ashok Agarwal and Rupesh Raina},
  journal={International Journal of Impotence Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={18},
  pages={1-18}
}
Pelvic surgeries are among the most common causes of organic sexual dysfunction in men and women. The impact of nerve-sparing surgery on potency has been well documented in radical prostatectomy. However, its impact on potency needs to be evaluated in other pelvic surgeries. Sexual dysfunction is highly prevalent even after multiple technical advances in the field of oncological surgeries. The prevalence varies from 8 to 82%, depending on the type of pelvic surgery. In females, sexual… CONTINUE READING

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