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Zonuzi A, Satarzadeh N, Zamanzadeh V. Recognition of experienced psychologic varieties in wowen’s sexual relationship after childbirth . Journal of Inflammatory Diseases. 2008; 12 (3) :38-44
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Background: Sexual issues are among the first important subjects in marital life and adaptation in sexual relationship is a key factor to happiness. Objective: The aim of this study was to phenomenologically assess the experienced psychological changes in women’s sexual relationship after childbirth. Methods :This was a qualitative study performed in Tabriz University in 2006 using an open and in-depth interview along with objective sampling. Volunteers were asked to express their views about their experienced psychosomatic changes in sexual relationship. Interviews were recorded and further typed and analyzed using Colizzi method. Findings: Several psychological changes including dyspareunia, tiredness, anxiety, fear and change in body image were revealed to occurr after childbirth. Conclusion: As identification and removal of experienced psychological changes in women after childbirth is of prime priority, attention to sexual health should be considered as an essential component of any caring package to improve women’s troubled and difficult sexual relationship.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Midwifery

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