A women’s reproductive system is the most fragile system in a woman’s body which every woman has to understand moreover for those who have already been in the age of sexual maturity as it easily becomes infected or injured. Every woman has their own responsibility in taking care their reproductive health by making healthy choices in their life. Understanding the systems and how to take care of it is an important part of maintaining overall good health and planning for your future fertility. Unfortunately, many women do not pay attention more on their reproductive health.
Behavioral risk factors:
Some problems in woman’s reproductive health can be avoided by stopping doing certain behavioral, which is proved that it is affected their reproductive health. Smoking habit sits in the first position that is has to be avoided. Smoking habits for reproductive woman can give a serious impact on the women’s reproductive health by interfering with your body’s ability to create estrogen and thereby regulate ovulation. It can also cause your eggs to be more prone to genetic abnormalities, is associated with an increased risk of miscarriage, and has been linked to early onset of menopause. Moreover, smoking also has been tied to increases in the likelihood of cervical cancer and pelvic infections. So for you smokers, just stop smoking, as the impact of smoking is greater the longer you smoke and while not all of the female reproductive health damage is reversible, stopping now can prevent future damage, and for you who don’t smoke, don’t ever start.
Alcohol and drugs
Drinking alcohol is getting very common nowadays; moreover many studies proved that there are some benefits in a small consumption of alcohol for woman. But, when the consumption is getting excessive, then it will lead on female reproductive health problems including; irregular ovulation, amenorrhea (absence of menses), and the abnormal development of the endometrial lining. In addition, some illegal drugs like marijuana, heroin and cocaine, are universally damaging to female fertility and female reproductive health. So, don’t use any illegal drugs, and don’t consume alcohol drink too excessive. Discuss any prescription your doctor given, if any may interfere with ovulation in the future.
Although it is still unclear that the use of certain environmental toxins like pesticides, fertilizers and solvents contributes to infertility, it should be considered as a preventable cause of female reproductive health problems. Too often exposures to toxin have been connected to several female reproductive health problems such as, irregular periods, hormone changes, endometriosis and higher miscarriage rates in pregnant women. So, it is better for reproductive women to limit their exposure to toxin materials as much as possible. Read all the precautions, and wear some gloves or mask to prevent from direct exposure.
Practicing safe sex is the best way to keep women’s reproductive health problems. Many sexually transmitted infections (STDs) go untreated for long periods of time because the symptoms are sometimes not visible. This can bring a considerable threat to female reproductive health and future fertility. Pelvic inflammatory disease, causing scarring or blocking of the fallopian tubes and changes in the cervix will threat when STDs left untreated. Then, if you are sexually active, using condom is the most effective way in protecting you from STDs while at the same time as a method of birth control.