How Does Pelvic Fracture Contribute To Sexual Dysfunction?
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How Does Pelvic Fracture Contribute To Sexual Dysfunction?

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Have you experienced a bad fall or been in a vehicular accident in the past? You might have incurred fracture in the pelvis but are just keeping the pain to yourself? Experts say that men who have encountered such unfortunate incidents should see their doctors because the experience might start sexual difficulties. How can you continue to enjoy sexual romping with the Darwin Escorts if you’re a potential candidate for erectile dysfunction (ED)?

Thank the heavens if your nerves are not broken since you’re still going to have erections. Although not all victims of pelvic fracture will develop sexual dysfunction, persistent pain, blood at the penis head plus difficulty urinating warrant an immediate visit to the specialist. You don’t want your sexual health impaired, do you?

What Is Pelvic Fracture And How Does It Relate To Sexual Dysfunction?

A pelvic fracture results from a high-energy trauma to the pelvis, the large bony structure near the base of the spine to which the legs are attached. Often, some degree of sexual dysfunction is a complication when an accident or a bad fall injures the pelvic region. The nearby parts are also affected such as the penis, testicles, prostate glands, bladder and rectum.

Depending on the severity and location of the fracture, some persons are vulnerable to erectile dysfunction. Good, if the condition heals on its own, then, you’re lucky. However, some are not, because if the damage is severe, surgery might be needed.

Not only those parts mentioned above are affected, but also, the nerves. Under normal circumstances, during sexual arousal, a network of nerves transmits signals to the penis from the brain, so that erection can take place. Now, when the nerves fail to function properly, yes, there could be an erection but, it will be weak. Or if not, no erection occurs at all.

If you’re a victim, you don’t have to fear ED as long as you don’t delay treatment. You may be prescribed with pills, vacuum devices and penile implants for those who have extreme injuries.

Study To Show That Pelvic Fracture & Sexual Difficulties Are Linked

Based on research, an estimated one-third of males who suffer from pelvic fracture are likely to experience erectile dysfunction.

A study was conducted during a 4-year period from June 2008 to May 2012, involving 40 male patients. Their ages ranged from 18 to 65 years, and were evaluated in retrospect. The main purpose was to evaluate the frequency of sexual dysfunction in males after pelvic fracture. The study team offered help and support to those patients especially when they hide the fact they are experiencing some sort of sexual problems related to their injuries.

Evaluation was based on the Arizona Sexual Experience Scale (ASEX), a 5-item self-evaluation scale which tells that a score of above 10 points ‘can be problematic’ and 19 points or more will ‘need psychiatric evaluation’.

Results showed 55 percent of the respondents scoring 10 points or less and 45 percent scoring 11 points or more. At least 18 patients who scored 19 points were referred for psychiatric evaluation for a high probability of sexual dysfunction.

Such findings only prove the connection between pelvic structure and sexual dysfunction. So, if you’re driving out of town with any of the enticing Darwin Escorts, always hands on the wheels and stay alert.

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