2011 Sexual function in women with a history of intra-familial childhood sexual abuse

In this study, the relationship between sexual issues and the degree of CSA was examined, as well as sexual function in women who had experienced severe intra-familial childhood sexual abuse (CSA). Due to severe CSA, which in turn led to dissatisfaction in their sexual life, a few number of women were given special attention in their psychotherapy. Both physical discomfort from affectionate touching and sexual dysfunction affected these ladies. Taking this into consideration, it went on to stress the significance of addressing sexuality and performing sexuality screenings in treatment.