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Last Updated: 08 February 2022

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Splenectomy is associated with sexual dysfunctions and decreased libido

Although patients frequently report sexual uninterest after splenectomy, this feature has been experimentally examined just in a translational examination carried out by the exact same group of this work. To research libido and other sexual functions after the complete removal of the spleen in human beings. This research study was done on 60 healthy grownups, 30 males and 30 women, after even more than 1 year of complete splenectomy to treat isolated splenic injury. The International Index of Erectile Function was applied to men and the Female Sexual Function Index to women. A decrease in libido and an increase in sexual dysfunction was observed after splenectomy in all women and males, p < 0. 001. Asplenia is associated with a marked decline in libido and extreme sex-related dysfunction in both women and guys, with normal hematological and biochemical laboratory tests, consisting of hormone exams.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021NatSR..1121770S/abstract

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