Chronic Pain can Interfere with Sexuality

By Mayo Clinic staff

People need physical and emotional intimacy almost as much as they need food and shelter. Sexuality helps fulfill the vital need for human connection. It’s a natural and healthy part of living, as well as an important aspect of your identity as a man or woman. But when chronic pain invades your life, the pleasures of sexuality often disappear.

Click here to read more about how you and your partner can have a satisfying sexual relationship in spite of your chronic pain.

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