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Childbirth Does Not Affect Woman's Sexual Function

by Rajshri on September 10, 2006 at 2:15 PM
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Childbirth Does Not Affect Woman's Sexual Function

It is a common fear in women that their sexual performance is affected after delivery. But a study in BJOG, an international journal of obstetrics and gynecology says that there is no evidence that childbirth affects a woman's sexual function in the long term.

Dutch researchers followed 350 women who had given birth for the first time. They found that delivering either by vaginal or cesarean section had no effect on a woman's sexual function.


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