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Sexuality and sexual experience among women with uncomplicated pregnancies in Ikeja, Lagos| Abstract

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Sexuality and sexual experience among women with uncomplicated pregnancies in Ikeja, Lagos

Abstract

Fabamwo Adetokunbo Olusegun and Akinola Oluwarotimi Ireti

This study was carried out to assess the sexuality and the sexual experiences of women with uncomplicated pregnancies attending the antenatal clinic in our centre. Self administered anonymous questionnaires containing questions pertaining to the women’s epidemiologic data as well as those particularly directed at various aspects of their sexuality and sexual experience in pregnancy were used. Most of the patients were highly educated and in marital unions. The majority were regularly engaged in sexual intercourse as frequently as once to three times a week. Those that abstained did so for a variety of reasons but mainly inconvenience, pain and fear of complications. The preferred position was penile entry from the rear in most cases. Oral and anal sex was practiced by a few patients. There was generally a poor knowledge of the basic guidelines for safe sexual intercourse in pregnancy among the respondents. There is a need to include sex education for pregnant women into the contents of the routine health talk at the antenatal clinics.

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