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Abstract

multiple sclerosis (Ms), being a chronic disease, has a deep impact on pattient’s life and  living with a chronic progressive disorder such as multiple sclerosis (Ms) does not only present a challenge for patients, but may also produce considerable distress for their intimate partner. This research aims to evaluate comparison of sexual function and marital adjustment married woman with MS and normal. Using a causal-compare design with random sampling was evaluated 100 female (50patients with MS and 50normal subjects) that normal group were matched in demographic variables (gender, age, level of aducation) with MS group. They completed spanier marital adjustment scale and rosen sexual function.The results was analyzed using, analysis of variance. The results showed that there is significant difference between sexual function and marital adjustment married woman with MS and normal. ­­Results suggests that multiple sclerosis patients have more poor performance in compare with normal group in sexual function and marital adjustment.

 

     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/07/15 | Accepted: 2016/07/16 | Published: 2016/07/16

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