Dr. Muhammad Usman, Dr Ayesha Nadar, Dr Muhammad Junaid
This investigation attempted to investigate the pervasiveness of sexual fractures in 120 patients (76 males and 27 females) succeeding stroke also their association to neuropsychiatric disabilities or qualities of the stroke. Fifty-six men (59.8%) and 12 women (45.1%) were disappointed in their sex work after stroke, while only 17 men (22.4%) and six females (21.1%) were disappointed before the stroke. Twenty-three men (29.8%) and six women (24.0%) reported lessened spinal cord function after the stroke, whereas nine men (12.8%) and seven women (28.0%) did so prior to the stroke. Patients with sexual fractures had basically increasing indications in both men (P _ 0.009) and females (P _ 0.0006) and progressively interfered with exercises of daily living (ADLs) in men (P _ 0.0009). Taking into account strategic relapse, free indicators of post-stroke sexual fracture were Hamilton Depression Scale (HAM-D) score (odds [OR] 2.56; 96% provisional certainty [P] 2.21 to 3.02), left side of equator injury (OR 17.52; 96% P, 3.35 to 117.26) and post-stroke morbidity (OR 9.08; 96% P, 2.29 to 52.39). This information recommends that treatment of moroseness can have a huge and valuable impact on patients with sexual fractures. Our findings further recommend that half of all left globe injuries, for reasons that are unclear, play a significant role in post-stroke sexual fractures. Place and duration: In the department of community medicine Allied Hospital Faisalabad for one-year duration from March 2019 to February 2020. Key words: Sexual Dysfunction, Stroke.