Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Symptoms: Sexual DysfunctionUploader: Kasida 1 month ago Subscribe 1
Decreases in sexual desire are more common in women than in men living with MS. Secondary sexual dysfunction — refers to MS-related physical changes that indirectly affect the sexual response. As with males orgasm is a complex process and when and are near impossible to achieve if damage in the brain or spinal cord interferes with the process. This is particularly evident in cultures where desirability is associated with beauty, fitness and health. Strategies for improving the situation, or adopting new ways of considering and developing sexuality, can be introduced.