J Am Board Fam Med 2021 Mar-Apr;34(2):357-367
From the Center for Integrated Healthcare, Syracuse VA Medical Center, Syracuse, NY (RLS, LDM, JSF); Department of Psychology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY (RLS, LDM, JSF); Rochester Institute of Technology, Institute of Health Sciences and Technology, Rochester, NY (NT, CAC); Canandaigua Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Canandaigua, NY (CAC); Center of Excellence for Suicide Prevention, Canandaigua VA Medical Center, Canandaigua, NY (DC); and the Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York (JSF).
Background: Sexual health is an important, yet often overlooked, aspect of overall health. Veterans may be particularly at risk for sexual dysfunction. The objectives of this study were to assess the prevalence and correlates of sexual dysfunction and examine preferences among veterans for discussing sexual problems. Read More