Men who suffer from any spinal cord injury, their ability for psychogenic erection depends upon the intensity of the injury they have (May & Warren, 2001). It is because every person has different spinal cord injury as a result their sexual function also differs from each other. Men who have incomplete injury can have more psychogenic erection than those who have complete injury.
On other hand it has also been observed some men with spinal cord injury have ability to expand and maintain psychogenic erection that is sufficient for sexual intercourse. Researchers have studied that when a person newly get injured he suffers from erectile dysfunction (May & Warren, 2001). In this situation person loses his ability to attain sufficient erection needed to satisfy his partner and his own sexual desires.
After having spinal cord injury there are more chances of getting another sexual dilemma known as prostate problem. There is a prostate gland located below the bladder; its main purpose is to produce a fluid to form semen. Individuals who have SCI expelled semen while ejaculation from the body or their semen may mix with urine in the bladder (May & Warren, 2001).
Sex satisfaction is a need of human body either man or woman. As far as women with spinal cord injury are concerned they take some time to adjust their newly injured body for sexual activities. They can begin healthy adjustment by preparing their mind for changes and impacts of spinal cord injury on their natural feelings of sex. Actually there are less psychological and physiological alterations in women in sex related activities after having SCI (Velasco, Buyo, & Barrera, 2005).In women spinal cord injury results in less vaginal lubrication. Most of the women with SCI can maintain degree of lubrication up to satisfactory level for their partners. Lubrication that makes sexual activity more pleasurable depends upon the completeness of injury. When changes are experienced in