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Short term impact of surgically induced menopause on cognitive function and well-being in women at high risk for ovarian cancer following risk-reducing bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy

Video Author: Heidi Chang
Published on: 03.09.2021
Associated with: Menopause. 28(4):354-359, April 2021

This video describes the rationale for our study and briefly summarizes the findings

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Duration: 5:00
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Dr. Juliana Kling, first author, describes a summary of findings from their manuscript “Associations of Sleep and Female Sexual Function: Good Sleep Quality Matters.” The evaluated potential associations between sleep (quality and duration) and sexual function using validated tools after accounting for factors that may influence both outcomes. Overall, poor sleep quality was associated with a greater risk for Female Sexual Dysfunction. While shorter sleep duration correlated with a greater risk for FSD on univariate analysis, this finding appears to be moderated by other factors known to associate with both short sleep duration and FSD. Conversely, good sleep quality was associated with sexual activity. Therefore, this study shows that sleep quality appears to be linked to female sexual function and sexual activity. In addition to its myriad effects on health, poor sleep quality may be independently associated with FSD.
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Duration: 3:53
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Duration: 4:38
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Duration: 6:03
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Duration: 4:04
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Creator: ProHealth Care Studio department
Duration: 4:47
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Duration: 5:00
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Duration: 2:57
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Duration: 2:58
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Duration: 5:20
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Duration: 6:25
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Duration: 4:12
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