ISN Webinar: Sexual Dysfunction and Kidney Disease
- 2:00 PM CEST
Sexual dysfunction is common in patients with kidney disease, with a prevalence of up to 90% in men and women with chronic kidney disease. Fertility declines with the progression of kidney disease. Sexual dysfunction in women is characterized by sexual interest/arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, and genitopelvic pain/penetration disorder in women. Sexual dysfunction in men is characterized by erectile disorder, hypoactive disorder, premature ejaculation, and delayed ejaculation. This webinar discusses the prevalence and pathophysiology of sexual dysfunction and fertility, diagnosis and treatment options, contraception, and interventions to improve communications about this underrecognized but important manifestation of kidney disease.
- Discuss the prevalence and pathophysiology of sexual dysfunction and fertility with kidney disease.
- Discuss clinical manifestation and diagnosis of sexual dysfunction and impaired fertility in men and women.
- Discuss the management of sexual dysfunction, contraception, and interventions to improve clinical care.
- Sexual Dysfunction in Women With Kidney Disease DOI: 10.1053/j.ackd.2020.07.005
- Contraceptive Use Among Women With End-Stage Kidney Disease on Dialysis in the United States DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xkme.2020.08.010
- Menstrual Abnormalities and Reproductive Lifespan in Females with CKD: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
- DOI: 10.2215/CJN.07100622
Silvi Shah (USA)
Divya Bajpal (India)
Sofia Ahmed (Canada)
Aarti Pillai (India)