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Case Study on the Importance of Sexual Satisfaction in Married Women with Children


The purpose of this case study is to analyze the importance of sexual satisfaction of four married women with children. The indicators for the study were age, years of marriage, number and level of coexistence with children. A semi-structured interview was carried out where the original question was: Do you feel satisfied with your sexual life? According to the response obtained, subsequent questions are triggered, these are oriented towards your sexual life. The women interviewed relate satisfaction to the respect, trust and communication they have during the sexual act, but they point out that there are factors that affect it, such as the activities they do with their children, home, work and husband, within the development of The research detected a misconception about sexual pleasure and this is due to limited sexuality due to lack of privacy, daily life and parenting. Finally, reference is made to the importance of education and sexual health and emphasizing the benefits they have on a physical, psychological and social level, exalting the skills of the nursing professional in terms of the promotion and comprehensive care of the individual, focused on sexuality and respecting its integrity.


Keywords: Women, children, husband, sexual satisfaction

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