Removing the taboo. Evaluating female sexual function after childbirth
Is it possible to successfully manage a tight schedule including highly demanding midwifery studies and multi-project research?
Follow Wanda Kwiatkowska, an ambitious young student and researcher involved in several scientific projects related to, among others, her future profession – midwifery. Her current project is, however, the most unique as it attempts to evaluate female sexual function after childbirth.
The project’s preliminary findings indicate that the child-feeding method has a profound impact on the women’s sexual function. It turns out that women who decide to stop breast feeding are often motivated by their sexual life-oriented reasons. As such, the topic itself requires special attention on the part of a medical professional. Its thorough analysis may bring undeniable health benefits to the women who chose to feed naturally.
What makes this study so special is that there is a fact a low rate of publications on women’s sexual functioning after childbirth. Moreover, it focuses and connects two important issues –breast feeding and post-natal body esteem.
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An ambitious young student and researcher involved in several scientific projects related to, among others, her future, highly demanding profession – midwifery. Her main research interest focuses on the evaluation of indicators which may affect parental care rate, especially in the context of pregnancy and newborns. She is currently involved in the unique study on the female sexual function after childbirth.