The Sexual Life and Quality of Life in Women with Vaginitis Treatment
DuckHee Moon,Dept. of Nursing Science, Gwangju University267. Hyodeok-Ro, Nam-Gu, Gwangju, KOREA
The purpose of this study was to identify relationship to sexual life and quality of life in women with vaginitis treatment. Method: One hundred and twelve vaginitis women were asked to complete the questionnaires which were constructed to include general characteristics, gynecologic characteristics, sexual life, quality of life. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, Pearson’s correlation coefficients and regression, using SPSS WIN 20.0 program. Results: There was a negative correlation between sexual attitude and quality of life. There was a positive correlation between sexual character and quality of life.There was a negative correlation between sexual attitude and sexual character. Sexual attitude, post menopose and stress affected quality of life. Conclusion: Results suggest that development of sex related counseling and educa-tion programs in order to improve quality of life in women with vaginitis.
Quality of life, Sexual Life, Vaginitis
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