Dr. Mullis recalls if acetabular fractures can cause sexual dysfunction in women.
Not that I know of. It may be due to association from other injuries or, you might have pain in your hip associated with the acetabular fracture, which you might have pain with sex due to that, but the fracture itself shouldn’t put you at risk for having sex and doesn’t put you at the same risk for having pain with sex as a pelvis fracture might.
About Dr. Mullis, M.D.:
Dr. Brian Mullis, M.D., is the Chief of Orthopaedic Trauma Service and Assistant Professor of Clinical Orthopaedics in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine. He has a special clinical interest in orthopaedic trauma and post-traumatic complications with a focus on pelvis and acetabulum fractures, peri-articular fractures of both upper and lower extremity, bone healing, nonunions, malunions, deformity and post-traumatic infections.