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Title : An Approach to Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder in Women from Voluntary Surgical Contraception. Valledupar, Colombia.

Abstract :

Sexuality is one of the most central aspects in the quality of life of women. In addition, the lack of sexual desire depends on different factors that could cause discomfort or difficulties in interpersonal relationships. To determine the incidence of hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women aged 28 to 40 years from voluntary surgical contraception in the city of Valledupar. Descriptive cross-sectional study. The study population consisted of women between 28 and 40 years of age who have undergone voluntary surgical contraception and who reside in the city of Valledupar. 288 instruments with a 95% confidence level and 5% error level were applied to women living in Valledupar who have voluntarily undergone surgical contraception. The Female Sexual Function Index -FSFIe instrument was applied. 54% of women have sex occasionally, which indicates that there is dissatisfaction regarding sexuality, the second group of women represented by 26% report having sex 1 to 2 times a week, followed by 16% of 2 to 4 relationships per week and, finally, the lowest proportion of 4% who have sex daily. Women from an AQV suffer or suffer from some type of disorder related to sexual dysfunction, sexual desire, frequency of orgasms and frequency of sexual intercourse, which is associated with their occupations and their status as employees.

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