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Sexual Dysfunctions and Sexual Quality of Life in Men with Multiple Sclerosis

ConclusionsSD is highly prevalent but commonly overlooked in MS patients and has a significant impact on their sexual quality of life. The data support a multifactorial etiology of SD in MS. More focus on SD and use of appropriate screening tools in clinical practice with MS patients are recommended. Lew‐Starowicz M and Rola R. Sexual dysfunctions and sexual quality of life in men with multiple sclerosis. J Sex Med **;**:**–**. (Source: The Journal of Sexual Medicine)

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Sexual Dysfunctions and Sexual Quality of Life in Men with Multiple Sclerosis

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