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Cervical spondylosis can cause sexual dysfunction

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Updated: Sunday, Feb 23,2014, 8:37:26 PM
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Clinically did find part of cervical disease can affect sexual function in patients , however , as long as the active treatment of cervical disease , sexual dysfunction, most patients will improve or cure .

I am 30 years old , suffering from cervical spondylosis two years. Because the working relationship , my condition is getting worse. Not long ago, I found myself sexuality also began to decline . This and cervical disease related?

A: indeed found in the clinical part of cervical disease can affect sexual function . From the anatomical point of view, a wide range of adverse effects of cervical disease , will not only affect the local nerve roots, nerve conduction and spinal cord function , but also lead to individual patients with sexual dysfunction. But overall, the incidence of this condition is not high .

In general, active treatment of cervical disease , sexual dysfunction, most patients will improve or cure . But there is a very important premise , namely the exclusion of other causes of sexual dysfunction disorders. If no other diseases , you might consider cervical disease is not to blame , it is recommended to do cervical checks to determine the performance of cervical disease , such as the activity of the cervical spine , neuromuscular function. In addition , you can also use imaging tests , such as magnetic resonance imaging , electromyography , etc., clear results.

Tags: Sexual-Dysfunction Cervical-spondylosis

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