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Predictors of female sexual dysfunction: a systematic review and qualitative analysis through gender inequality paradigms

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-375618
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10.5283/epub.37561
McCool-Myers, Megan ; Theurich, Melissa A. ; Zülke, Andrea ; Knüttel, Helge ; Apfelbacher, Christian J.
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 31 Jul 2018 06:26


Abstract

Background Female sexual dysfunction affects 41% of reproductive-age women worldwide, making it a highly prevalent medical issue. Predictors of female sexual dysfunction are multifaceted and vary from country to country. A synthesis of potential risk factors and protective factors may aid healthcare practitioners in identifying populations at risk, in addition to revealing modifiable factors to ...

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