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  • 1 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Egészségtudományi Kar, Pécs
  • 2 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Egészségtudományi Kar, Pécs
  • 3 Semmelweis Egyetem, Általános Orvostudományi Kar, Budapest, Üllői út 78/A, 1082
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Az utóbbi évtizedekben a metabolikus szindróma, a 2-es típusú diabetes, a cardiovascularis betegségek, az elhízás és a depresszió gyakorisága megnőtt. Mivel a szexuális funkciózavar is gyakran fordul elő, az irodalmi adatok áttekintésével arra a kérdésre kerestünk választ, hogy milyen összefüggés áll fenn a szexuális funkciózavar és a metabolikus szindróma, illetve annak komponensei között. Kimutattuk, hogy a metabolikus szindróma klinikai és biokémiai komponensei – mint a cardiovascularis betegség, a 2-es típusú diabetes, a hasi elhízás és a depresszió, továbbá az inzulinrezisztencia, az atherogen dyslipidaemia, a hypogonadismus, a krónikus szisztémás gyulladás és az endothel funkciózavara – mind hátrányosan befolyásolják a szexuális funkciót. A szexuális izgalmi fázis zavara férfiakban kifejezetten és nőkben mérsékelten függ össze a cardiovascularis betegségekkel. Diabetesben a microvascularis károsodás és az autonóm neuropathia jelentősen rontja a szexuális funkciót. Az erekciós zavar és a női szexuális izgalmi reakció, illetve orgazmus zavara összefüggést mutat az inzulinrezisztenciával, az atherogen dyslipidaemiával és az elhízással járó szisztémás gyulladásos reakcióval. A szexuális funkciózavar, különösen férfiakban, korai jele lehet a metabolikus szindróma későbbi súlyos szövődményeinek. A metabolikus szindróma komponensei és a szexuális funkciózavar egyaránt helyreállítható, elsősorban az életmód megváltoztatásával. Orv Hetil. 2019; 160(3): 98–103.

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