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Background: Work-related stress, anxiety, fear, depression, trauma, feeling of guilt, insufficient sleep and somatic symptomatology are all linked to women’s sexual lives either directly or indirectly. It is important to identify the mental status of working women during covid crises and their effect on sexual life.
Objective: To assess the stress level in working women during covid crises and to see its effects on their sexual life.
Methods: This is a cross-sectional study consisting of 50 online working women. Online working, Married women with children with age group from 24 to 45 years were selected. The data was collected using convenient sampling. Perceived stress scale questionnaire (PSS) and Female sexual function index questionnaire (FSFI) were the tools used.
Results: Our study group had a mean score of 17.5 which tells that most of our subjects had moderate stress levels influencing them. FSFI scores had an average of 25.8 which means the sexual life of those subjects was affected during this pandemic crisis.
Conclusion: There has been an increased level of stress, anxiety, and depression among working mothers during the covid crisis.