Pelvik Taban Elekromyografik Aktivite Cevabı ve Abdominal Kas Kuvvetinin, Kadın Cinsel Fonksiyonu ile İlişkisinin Değerlendirilmesi
Ceylan Çelik, Fatma
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This study has been planned to evaluate the relation between pelvic floor EMG activity response and abdominal muscles strength with sexual function. As a result of our study; there is no relation between pelvic floor EMG activation response, oblique trunk flexors of abdominal muscles? strength and female sexual function. In spite of this; there is a relation between rectus abdominis (RA) of abdominal muscles? and sexual desire, orgasm, satisfaction. 50 people counted in this study at the average ages of 44.20±10.10 years, having sexual intercourse, literate, not even at second stage or more in assesment of pelvic organ prolapsus and not having any psychologic, hormonal, neurogenic, vascular medical cases, medication which causes sexual dysfunction. Pelvic Organ Prolapsus Measurement (POP-Q) via POP, an internally stated vajinal prob via pelvic floor EMG activity response, manual muscle tests via abdominal muscles strength and Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) via sexual function were measured. Cronbach?s ? value shows FSFI?s internal consistency determined as 0.760 and indicated that the index is quite dependable. Addition to the scale were searched by 6 domains and it is stated that each of domains represent whole of the scale. It was unable to find a significant correlation statistically between FSFI, its domains and age, number of pregnancy, type of birth. A statistically significant relation was detected between upper part of RA and satisfaction (r= -0.334, p<0.01); between lower part of RA and sexual desire (r=- 0.502, p<0.05), orgasm (r= - 0.344, p<0.01), satisfaction (r= -0.380, p<0.05), FSFI total score (r=- 0.333, p<0.01); between sexual pain and BMI (r= 0.352, p<0.01); between frequency of sex and lubrication(r=0.320, p<0.01), pain (r=-0.290, p<0.01); between education situation and sexual arousal (r=0.453, p<0.01), orgasm (r=0.329, p<0.05), FSFI total score (r=0.329, p<0.05); between BMI and frequency of sex (r= -0.345, p<0.05).