Sexual Issues: A Qualitative Analysis of the Doubts After a Spinal Cord Injury
This article presents and discusses the results obtained from 35 Portuguese with acquired spinal cord injury who were asked what type of sexual questions would like to ask to the health team. The collection of individual data originated categories, which emerged from the perceptions of subjects, thus constituting the discourse of the group and the conclusion. This study allowed access to the meanings that have translated the perceived needs for information on clinical aspects, often neglected.
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