Gynecologic and reproductive issues in women with spinal cord injury

Academic Article

Abstract

  • As the treatment of SCI and its secondary medical complications improves, women with SCI are becoming increasingly successful in re-integrating themselves into society. Part of this re-integration involves the resumption of active sexual lives and motherhood. Clinicians who care for patients with SCIs play an important role in facilitating the resumption of these roles. With appropriate follow-up and care, women with SCI should be expected to maintain good gynecologic health and deliver healthy children with minimal complications.
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    Author List

  • Burns AS; Jackson AB
  • Start Page

  • 183
  • End Page

  • 199
  • Volume

  • 12
  • Issue

  • 1