|The Relationship Between Sexual Satisfaction and Education Levels in Women|
|Mehdi Abdoly1, L. Pourmousavi2|
|1Psychiatrist. Psychiatry department of Jahrom Medical Sciences University
2Nursing Master Degree. Jahrom Medical Sciences University
IJWHR 2013; 1: 039-044
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Keywords : Sexual Satisfaction, Education Level, Women
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Objective: Mental health professionals believe sexual satisfaction is one of the most important factors affecting women wellbeing and quality of life. Family consistency and marriage durability are dominantly dependent upon sexual life satisfaction. Different factors may affect sexual interest. To investigate significant relationship between sexual satisfaction and educational levels in women.
Material and Methods: subjects were 270 married women in the age range of 18-45 years old. Sexual satisfaction, sexual function indexes and demographic data have evaluated by formal known questioners: Sexual Satisfaction Scale for women (SSS-W) and Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI).
Result: There was not a lineal relation between sexual satisfaction and formal education level in participant women. Under diploma and doctorate education groups have had more sexual dysfunction and lower sexual satisfaction in comparison to other groups (P<0.001).
Conclusion: Higher formal education level necessarily does not bring better sexual function or sexual life satisfaction..
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