Sexuelle Probleme

  • N. B. Levy

Zusammenfassung

Wenn das Dialyseprogramm begonnen hat, ist der urämische Patient i. allg. dankbar dafür, daß er einem schweren Krankheitszustand und der Nähe des Todes entrückt und in einen besseren Gesundheitszustand sowie ein relatives Wohlbefinden zurückversetzt worden ist. Die sexuelle Funktion wird jedoch für den Hämodialysepatienten eine Quelle der Enttäuschung.

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