R. Jamshidee's research while affiliated with Qom University of Medical Science and Health Services and other places

Publications (2)

Article
Background: Short-term postpartum sexual problem are highly prevalent ranging from 22% to 86%: however, there are few studies that address how mode of delivery affects sexual functioning after childbirth. Objective: To investigate the impact of childbirth on the sexual health of primiparous women and identify factors associated with sexual problems...
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Eighty percent of primiparous women are faced with sexual problems after delivery and two thirds of them experiences the problem for 6 months. Objective: To determine sexual problems resulting from delivery in primiparous women. Design: This was a cross-sectional study in which sexual problems of primiparous women after delivery were determined. Pr...

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... The majority of women resume sexual activity at 6-10 weeks after delivery, and 30-70% of them report difficulties in sexual function at about 3 months postpartum [5][6][7]. Among 22-40% of women, sexual function is still not recovered completely by 6 months postpartum [8,9]. ...
... Labor is one of the cases that changes the organic and psychological features of women during pregnancy and sometimes can be a major factor in appearance or aggravation of sexual disorders. Studies have shown that during pregnancy, even months after childbirth, willingness to sexual activity is decreased and increased rates of sexual dysfunction than before pregnancy (Grenier G & Byers ES, 1995; Sleep J & Grant A, 1987), which can cause appearance of considerable distress in couples' relationships (Nikpour S, Javaheri I, Yadavar Nikravesh M, & Jamshidi R, 2006; Yekeh Fallah L, 2005). The prevalence of sexual dysfunction is relatively high in Iran (Nikpour S et al., 2006; Pasha H & Hadj Ahmadi M, 2006; Satarzadeh N, Zamanzadeh V, & Zonuzi A, 2007). ...