Curr Sex Health Rep (2017) 9:251–261 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11930-017-0129-y PRECLINICAL AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY (F GUARRACI AND L MARSON, SECTION EDITORS) Neural and Endocrine Factors Contribute to the Comorbidity of Urinary and Sexual Dysfunctions 1 1 2 Yolanda Cruz & R. A. Lucio & J. L. Palacios Published online: 17 October 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 . . Abstract Keywords Pudendal nerve Neural circuitry crosstalk . . Purpose of Review The purpose of this study is to determine Sexual desire Micturition disease Testosterone therapy whether neural and/or endocrine factors are related to urinary and sexual disease comorbidity. Recent Findings Common neural circuitries at cerebral, spi- nal, and peripheral levels participate in the control of urogen- Introduction ital organs. The convergence and crosstalk of pelvic organ information in the central nervous system may underlie co- The urogenital tract performs reproductive, sexual, and uri- morbidity of urinary-sexual dysfunctions, and also subserve nary functions. Its organs are embryologically related and re- the success of genital and tibial nerve stimulation therapies to main anatomically linked in adulthood. They are also in close treat overactive bladder. Nonetheless, the relevance of gonadal anatomical and physiological relationships with intricate net- hormones to the pathophysiology of urinary-sexual functions works of
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