ICIQ-MLUTSsex Module Page

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Module Title

ICIQ- MLUTSsex

Full Name of Module

ICIQ-Male Sexual Matters associated with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms

Purpose of module The ICIQ-MLUTSsex is a patient-completed questionnaire for evaluating sexual matters associated with male lower urinary tract symptoms in research and clinical practice. This questionnaire will be of use to researchers and clinicians in both primary and secondary care institutions to obtain a brief yet comprehensive summary of male sexual matters and the impact of urinary symptoms on this. It will also facilitate patient-clinician discussions and is an ideal research tool to assess outcome from various treatment modalities and can be of use in epidemiological surveys.
Derivation of module ICSmaleSF
Intended Population Adult males
Number of items 4
Question items

Erections possible
Orgasm possible
Pain/discomfort during ejaculation
Impact of urinary symptoms

 

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Associated publications

Frankel S, Donovan J, Peters T Abrams P, Dabhoiwala N, Osawa D, Tong Long Lin A. Sexual dysfunction in men with lower urinary tract symptoms. J Clin Epidemiol. 1998; 51(8): 677-685

Level of validation according to ICI grades of recommendation

Grade A

Validity, reliability and responsiveness established with rigour in several data sets
Scoring system

0-12 overall score with greater values indicating increasing problems with sexual matters

Bother scales are not incorporated in the overall score but indicate impact of individual symptoms for the patient
Suggested modules to use in conjuction

ICIQ-MLUTS - Gender-specific symptom module
ICIQ-MLUTS Long Form - Gender-specific symptom module with more detailed assessment
ICIQ-LUTSqol – Condition-specific quality of life module

Completion time 1-2 minutes

 

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