Sexual and emotional health can be demolished by modern war wounds
According to the experts, the tools and weapons of war have completely changed. There is more use of powerful and explosive devices as male and female patrolling on foot in bomb laced zones are in a more way going through traumatic injuries to the genital and the groins.
The injuries gained, pose to be difficult for long term sexual activity and emotional challenges. It is said by Dr. Chris Gonzalez, a leading author of a new review journal published in the magazine of Men’s health, that It is very difficult to guess about having the genitals crushed, or burned or ripped off in a dangerous blast by a makeshift bomb. He even said, “For some, it’s even worse than losing a limb.”
The bad effect of these “Improvised explosive devices” is completely different when compared to the gunfire used in previous combats as explained by Dr. Chris Gonzalez, a professor of urology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, in Chicago.