World Journal of
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Asghar Karbord, Mehran Mohebi Alidash*, Zahra Javadi Nodeh, Fardin Rastegar and Alireza Sarfaraz,
Davoud Mohammadi Nokande


Background: One of the important and indispensable instincts of humans is sexual desire, and that is an important part of their lives. The instinct and the problems caused by it are very important. According to studies, sexual concerns in each country have a particular dispersion but the common point of the majority of studies is to increase the sexual disorders of young girls in teenage period. Today, the research suggests that sexual disorders occur in all times of a woman's life, and that is why this study has focused on sexual concerns at young ages. Materials and methods: This study is a cross-sectional study and statistical population of this research is young girls referring to health centers in Qazvin. The sampling method is a two - step cluster. In the districts 1, 2 and 3 Qazvin, we first consider each health center as a cluster and randomly select a few centers, then select 1240 people from among the selected centers by simple random sampling. The method of data collection was questionnaire (epidemiological, sexual health, questionnaires such as demographic characteristics, sexual awareness, sexual literacy and sexual disorders based on DSM-IV). Findings: Research units believe that excessive sexual activity is harmful; %44.8 of married people had sexual activity once a week and %51.6of them had sexual activity once or twice a week. %43.9 of young girls had normal sexual function, %31.4 had mild disorder and prevalence of severe disorder was %18.8. The severity of the disorder is significantly associated with age under 18 years (P=0.001); as severe disorder was more common between the ages of 12 and 16. In general, the score of sexual health at this age decreases as aging and education, so that the most common sexual dysfunction is observed under 18 years of age. Therefore, further investigations are recommended to find the exact pattern of sexual changes in this period as well as the recognition of epidemiology. Conclusion: According to the results of this study, it can be said that the main causes of sexual dysfunction in young girls are pain, vaginal dryness, and lack of orgasm and lack of orgasm in young married girls.

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