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Volume 7 Issue 12 (December, 2019)

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A cross sectional study on prevalence of urological chronic pelvic pain syndrome in males with sexual dysfunction
Jai Prakash, Vivek Vasudev, Ankur Singhal

Objectives: To examine the prevalence of sexual dysfunctions among men with urological chronic pelvic pain syndromes (UCPPS). Material &methods: A cross-sectional observational study assessed all consenting adult male patients who diagnosed as chronic pelvic pain syndrome excluding any major co morbid medical or alcohol or any other psychoactive substance abuse or dependence, were requested to complete a questionnaire about their socio-demographic data sheet and thereafter questionnaire about sexual dysfunctions. Results: A total of 138 male subjects of urological chronic pelvic pain syndromes with mean age of 33.57 8.40 years, and mean total duration of illness of 10.14 6.09 months were assessed. Study finds a prevalence of 43.5%. Sexual dysfunctions, 31.9 % loss of libido, 24.7% erectile dysfunction, 18.8% Pre mature ejaculations and 16.7% pain on ejaculations. Conclusions: This study finds a prevalence of 43.5%. Sexual dysfunctions, including 31.9 % loss of libido, 24.7% erectile dysfunction, 18.8% Pre mature ejaculations and 16.7% pain on ejaculations among men with urological chronic pelvic pain syndromes. Key words: Urological Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes, Sexual dysfunction.

 
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