[Psycho-social factors of sexual failure among newly married Uyghur young males].

Zhonghua nan ke xue = National journal of andrology

PubMedID: 29019228

Erkin A, Hamrajan M, Kadirjan M, Adil E, Elijan A, Ibrahim U, Abdulla T, Hasanjan A, Turgun H, Eli A, Eset M. [Psycho-social factors of sexual failure among newly married Uyghur young males]. Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2016;22(8):715-719.
OBJECTIVE
To study the psycho-social risk factors of sexual failure among newly married young males in the Uyghur population.

METHODS
We conducted a paired case control study of 186 newly married Uyghur young males (aged 17-30 [23.4±2.9] yr) with sexual failure and another 186 (aged 18-34 [24.0±3.1] yr) with no such problem as controls. We performed a logistic regression analysis on the possible psycho-social risk factors of this condition.

RESULTS
Logistic regression analysis showed that the risk factors of sexual failure among the newly married men included personality (OR=0.271, 95% CI 0.176-0.420), income (OR=0.391, 95% CI 0.264-0.580), history of masturbation (OR=0.824, 95% CI 0.710-0.956), premarital sex (OR=0.757, 95% CI 0.677-0.847), sense of obligation (OR=1.756, 95% CI 1.157-2.693), equality of the social status (OR=0.574, 95% CI 0.435-0.756), degree of mutual care (OR=1.605, 95% CI 1.268-2.032), female's psychological obstacle (OR=2.832, 95% CI 1.221-6.569), and religion (OR=0.643, 95% CI 0.472-0.967). There was a statistical significance in the correlation between these factors and sexual failure in the newly married males (all P<0.05).

CONCLUSIONS
Sexual failure of newly married Uyghur young males are associated with many psycho-social factors, which necessitates sexual education among young males and particularly pre-marriage sexual education and psychological guide among both males and females.