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Why is communication important when coping with MS and sexual dysfunction?

It is very important to talk to your partner and health care providers if you have sexual dysfunction as a result of your multiple sclerosis (MS). This sounds so simple but, in practice, seems to be very difficult. Common sexual dysfunction issues are not often discussed. This needs to change for success to occur. Partners have to be kind and honest with themselves and their partner. If approached honestly and realistically, success is likely to occur and couples will have fun along the journey.

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