Reproductive Conditions


The reproductive system: the primary organs are the male testes and the female ovaries. The secondary male reproductive organs are: Epididymis, ductus deferens, ejaculatory ducts, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, bulbourethral glands, penis. The secondary female reproductive organs are: the Fallopian tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina, clitoris, labia. The female fertility cycle: Phase 1 – Menstruation, Phase 2 – Preovulatory phase, Phase 3 – Ovulation, Phase 4 – Postovulatory phase. Refer the client to the doctor: genital discharge, breast discharge, fever accompanied by groin pain. Palpable masses in the female breast, palpable masses in the abdominopelvic region, unexplained skin lesions Sexually transmitted diseases can be spread by: sharing needles, multiple sexual partners, sex with a person of unknown sexual history, sexual intimacy with person who has been diagnosed with an STD. Also skin to skin contact, drug or alcohol use, hemophilia, blood transfusion, infants with HIV-positive mother, lack of education or concern. Dysmenorrhea also means painful menstruation: massage techniques would be deep gliding, deep friction, kneading, stretches, application of moist heat. During pregnancy, the woman must lye on her side and not on her stomach. Do not massage during the first trimester.

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