«I want Magdalena too!»
In this article, we explore why sex and intimacy can be challenging post-amputation and how to overcome it. One of the major hurdles to intimacy with another person is low self-esteem and a poor body image. After an amputation, this challenge becomes more significant. A study conducted in Ireland looked into the psychological well-being of 49 males and 16 females with lower limb amputations and how it affected their sex life.
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Sex and Intimacy After Amputation
‘We innovate now’: sexual lives following lower limb amputation – Research Digest
Aim: The study examined the relationships between psychological variables and sexual functioning in persons with lower limb amputations. Results: Half of all participants with lower limb amputations were not currently sexually active. Body image self-consciousness during sexual activities was the strongest predictor of sexual dysfunction. Conclusions: Psychological challenges following limb loss are strongly associated with levels of sexual dysfunction.
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Dealing With Sex and Intimacy After an Amputation
Three little letters arranged in such a way to make most humans blush. Why is something so human so awkward to discuss? Hopefully, this PG-rated article can get that point across. The desire for physical touch is referred to as skin hunger.
You would, however, be preoccupied with the recovery and wellbeing of your partner or spouse. Respondents noted they still wanted sex, experienced orgasm and desired their partners post-LLA. They also felt some areas of their sexual lives had improved somewhat following LLA as the problems associated with the amputation such as chemotherapy, pain or infection had hampered intimacy previously. The way in which they had sex did change. The aspect of the paper I found most interesting was how qualitative discussions from the participants revealed a more varied, positive and practical reaction to the LLA than an additional activity required by the research, where they scored their sex lives from zero to ten.