Dr Kainat Haq, Dr Wafa Zahid Soomro, Dr Muhammad Asif Shahzad
Objectives: To determine the impacts of sexual dysfunctionality and urinary incontinence on QoL (Quality of Life) of the females suffering from MS (Multiple Sclerosis). Methodology: There were 60 females with Multiple Sclerosis in this research work. The collection of the data was carried out with the utilization of a well-organized questionnaire, ASES (Arizona Sexual Experiences Scale) and SF-36 (Short Items Form of Health-Related QoL). We also used the ANOVA, Chi-square and t-test in this research work. Results: Approximately 50% females were present with the issue of urinary incontinence and 63% females did not visit for medical help. The results determined that there was higher incidence of urinary incontinence in the females with higher than 45 years of age, married and had their children and diagnosed for six years or higher (P<0.050). There was sexual dysfunction in 28.30% females with Multiple Sclerosis. Conclusions: The findings of this research work concluded that there is low level of QoL and high incidence of sexual dysfunction in the females present with urinary incontinence. Keywords: Multiple Sclerosis, Incidence, Urinary Incontinence, Urinary, Dysfunction, Symptoms.