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How To Keep Reproductive System Healthy
Prevention: To keep a healthy male repro system use safe sex practices (i.e., condoms), use protective wear when playing sports (i.e., a "cup") and do not smoke or use any tobacco products. Eat healthy & exercise to prevent hb pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. Regular ejaculation during the younger years can also improve prostate health later in life. And avoid heat: yes. Hot tubs are bad!
No, as I know, but..: Lifting heavy objects should not affect male reproductive health unless one used steroid especially testosterone for body building or someone are born with some weak abdominal muscle which may lead to occurrence of inguinal hernia. Beyond these, it is unlikely to affect male reproductive organs from heavy lifting.
As a young woman taking depakote, are there any advisories you would have toward my health? I've read that it can affect the reproductive system.
Several risk factors: The medicine can promote ovarian cysts, imbalance female hormones, and affect metabolism of carnitine. If you were to become pregnant, definite chance of baby having spina bifida, and also mental retardation. More common side effects include weight gain, hair loss, tremors. Would suggest meeting with your doctor and discussing this thoroughly.
What's a good way to insure a healthy female reproductive system. Are there any foods or drinks good for female reproductive. Any vaccine for std?
Healthy Reproductive: Systems can be maintained by always using barrier protection when having any sexual encounters. Hpv (the virus that causes abnormal pap smears) is spread by unprotected sex--as is genital herpes, hiv/aids, gonorrhea ; chlamydia. Because some of these diseases are not symptomatic in women, damage to uterus and fallopian tubes can cause infertility and chronic pelvic pain. Too late for hpv vaccine.See 2 more doctor answers
No: Not that I am aware of, but it can lead to inguinal hernia
Testicle, Vas, SV: The male reproductive system includes the testicles, which empty into the epidydimus, into the vas deferens, which joins with the seminal vesicles to form the ampulla which empties into the prostate on each side. The majority of the seminal fluid is from the prostate and seminal vesicles, only a fraction is composed of spermatozoa.
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See below: Uterus, ovaries, oviduct vagina and, please do not ignore it, the brain! Breasts enlarge to produce milk for the product. I say the brain because it is often true that the more a child is wanted, the harder it is to get pregnant.
Absolutely: People with kidney disease have a higher risk of hormonal and reproductive problems. Incidence of erectile dysfunction is higher. Pregnancy rates in women with advanced kidney disease are much lower, and the chances of getting pregnant are directly proportional to the severity of the kidney disease.
Ejaculation?: If you mean ejaculation, the answer is no.
Alcohol: None that any other alcoholic drink doesn't have as well. Women who are pregnant should avoid all alcohol, or keep to an absolute minimum. Women ttc but not pregannt should limit their alcohol consumption.
Male reproductive sy: No. Use it or lose it doesn't apply here.
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