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METHOD OF PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
It is shown that properly used condoms prevent transmission of the AIDS virus and contagion in other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
Another preventive measure to keep in mind is to recognize any symptoms, especially those who go away even if the disease continues.
Typical symptoms are itching, itching, yellowish discharge, pain, inflammation and warts. The men have no visible symptoms in some diseases, but if the broadcast. If you suspect that you have some kind of STD you have to do is seek medical attention immediately. Almost all STDs can be cured. The sooner treatment begins, there is less risk of permanent problems. The diagnosis and treatment is usually not painful or expensive.
The places where you can get help is to go to a general practitioner, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology, a specialist in dermatology, to a family planning centers, or to centers specializing in sexually transmitted diseases.
If a person has been diagnosed with an STD should tell your partner or people who’ve had sex recently, reports of illness you have and can have the possibility of contagion, even if no symptoms.
STDs are transmitted during sexual intercourse through the vagina, penis, anus during oral sex or by contact with infected blood and from mother to child. Most of the microbes causing these diseases need warm, moist places to live, therefore infect the mouth, rectum and sex organs (vagina, vulva, penis and testicles).
These diseases are not inherited but acquired transmissible if while she is pregnant. In this case it is a native disease, ie it is acquired in the uterus. ”
Many couples suffer from infertility problems. Until recently, not had any solution. But in recent years, thanks to research there were surprising advances to solve them.
Assisted reproductive techniques are methods that offer infertile couples the highest probability of achieving a pregnancy.
The most notable progress was that of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)
IVF is an assisted reproduction technique by which eggs and sperm are placed in contact in vitro. Both the fertilization and the early stages of embryonic development take place within a culture medium (capsule) that is located in a place specifically designed for it, and 37 ° C for two days.
From this, the resulting embryo is transferred from the maternal uterus where they can continue their development and after natural fertilization.
IVF allows for reaching “directly” to the eggs and sperm, facilitating their meeting. Therefore, it is indicated primarily when there is a mechanical cause it impossible, for example, absence or obstruction of the fallopian tubes, or where the sperm are deficient in natural barriers across different way to the uterus.
At first, the first and great indication for IVF was tubal pathology (alteration of the tubes), but today have added others, such as endometriosis, unexplained infertility of long standing, male sterility, after several attempts with insemination artificial, and so on.
DIFFERENT STAGES OF A CYCLE OF IN VITRO FERTILIZATION
a. Ovulation stimulation
Ovarian stimulation was performed with hormonal products (FSH / HMG) tailored to each patient in order to obtain as many mature eggs, and thus increase the possibility of transferring more than one embryo, thus increasing the possibilities of pregnancy.
b. Treatment control or monitoring
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
Infectious diseases sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are caused by sexual intercourse, through semen or vaginal fluids, also via transplacental in the case of AIDS, adding the blood-borne transmission. Some of these diseases can have serious health consequences and even be fatal.
There are now a permanent increase of STDs in predominantly the same people under 25 years, this phenomenon is given by:
* Start early sexual intercourse;
* Less fear of STDs by the existence of new antibiotics;
* Increased immigration and emigration of the population;
* Preference in the use of hormonal contraceptives and IUDs at the expense of barrier methods;
* Lack of preventive measures against STDs especially in developing countries;
* Lack of Sex Education.
Most STDs are treatable and curable. It may be without symptoms and sometimes the symptoms may disappear, but the disease is not curable, if not received adequate treatment. For this reason it is important that women undergoing gynecological screening (once or twice a year), if they have sex.
If left untreated, can cause serious health problems such as sterility, blindness, mental disorders, physical birth defects, increased odds of developing cancer, heart disease and even death.
A person can have more than one STD at the same time and can re-enter the same disease. The more you delay treatment, the greater the damage they cause, therefore, if a person has the slightest suspicion that has been exposed to infection should consult a doctor immediately. Sexual partners should be examined and treated simultaneously to avoid re infecting each other. These diseases are transmitted during sexual intercourse in the vagina, anus or during oral sex (sucking or sucking). Some of these diseases (HIV and hepatitis B) can also be transmitted by contact with infected blood.
Most of the microbes causing these diseases need warm, damp places to live. Therefore infect the mouth, rectum and sex organs (vagina, vulva, penis and testicles).
Symptoms that may indicate a person has an STD are:
* Sores, bumps or blisters near the genitals, anus or mouth;
* Burning pain when urinating or a bowel movement;
* Need to urinate continually;
* Itching around sex organs;
* Red, swollen throat;
* Flu-like symptoms with fever, chills and aches;
* Swelling around the sexual organs.
PLANNING METHODS OF REPRODUCTION
To carry out family planning, contraceptive methods exist. Such a method is used with a very specific purpose which is to prevent pregnancy.
But it must be adjusted to the needs of each partner, advised, ie obtaining an accurate and detailed information on how to use, efficiency, cost, advantages, disadvantages, etc., and medical monitoring, consulting a professional.
There is no ideal contraceptive method, therefore, to increase its effectiveness, some experts recommend a combination thereof.
Contraceptive methods cover a variety of user needs, are safe and offer many health benefits and may provide protection against sexually transmitted diseases.
The most common contraceptive methods are:
Condoms: Male condoms are thin sheaths of rubber, vinyl or natural products that are placed over the erect penis. Condoms can be treated with spermicide for added protection. They stop sperm, ie removed the semen during ejaculation be retained there and not have access to the female reproductive system, also prevents microorganisms (STDs, including HIV and HIV and AIDS) from passing from one member of partner to another. The way you use the condom is placed over the erect penis before starting sex (carnal knowledge between men and women he) should leave a space at the tip for the semen is deposited there. After ejaculation, the condom should be held securely in place while withdrawing the penis from the vagina to prevent sperm from coming in contact with it. Condoms are disposable and can be used only once, one for each sex. The advantages of this method is that it is safe when used correctly. The disadvantages that can bring the use of condoms may be that these are broken while being used, but this does not happen you have to use condoms that are new and have been stored properly, use those condoms with reservoir tip or let sufficient space at the tip for the semen has nowhere to stay when ejaculation occurs, use condoms come lubricated with spermicide, this combines with a latex barrier effective action of the chemical to kill sperm. The effectiveness rate is 88% approximately. Condoms can be purchased at doctors’ offices, commercial establishments, including supermarkets, convenience stores, pharmacies, etc., are easily and requires no prescription. It is inexpensive and has no contraindications.
Condoms: The female condom is a thin plastic coating with polyurethane rings at opposite ends. These are inserted into the vagina before intercourse. Like male condoms, female condoms prevent sperm from gaining access to the female reproductive tract and prevent microorganisms (STDs, including HIV and HIV and AIDS) from passing from one partner to another.
VAGINAL DIAPHRAGM The diaphragm is a flexible dome-shaped latex cup that is inserted into the vagina before intercourse and covers the cervix. This prevents sperm from gaining access to the upper reproductive tract (uterus and fallopian tubes) and serves as a container for the spermicide destroys (the sperm). It can be used more than once. The woman inserts the diaphragm into the vagina, this must be lubricated with jelly, before intercourse. Must remain in the vagina for 6 to 8 hours after intercourse, but must be removed within 24 hours. After each use the diaphragm is washed with water, dried and stored in its case. The advantage provided by the use of this element is that once learned its proper use, requires medical control, except after pregnancy, childbirth or weight change in women. For this technique to be effective and avoid pregnancy, must be placed correctly and used every time the couple have sex. This method requires prior review by the physician to prescribe tailored to each woman. The diaphragm is available in a pharmacy with a prescription.
Withdrawal: This method consists of removing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation occurs. This prevents much sperm from entering the vagina. This technique requires man to identify the time before ejaculation and withdraw the penis before semen is. The disadvantage is that there is a high risk that the woman becomes pregnant. Using this method requires great control of oneself. Couples often find that the practice of this technique leaves them physically and emotionally unsatisfied, so it is little used as a permanent method of contraception. It is a technique to use occasionally, when no other method available.
Misleading term to mask the claim through international agencies impose on poor countries’ anti-life mentality, to prevent human development, which threatens the supremacy of the rich world.
The term reproductive health is disseminated massively following preparatory documents for the so-called major conferences of the 90s “, organized by the UN: Rio de Janeiro, on the environment, in 1992, Vienna on Human Rights in 1993, The Cairo Population and Development in 1994; Copenhagen on Social Development and Beijing on Women in 1995, Istanbul on human habitat, and Rome on world food security in 1996.
As a consequence the term reproductive health has been ideological. Moreover, the fact of separating the right to health in general and to focus especially on the right to reproductive health aspects, is already making ideological stance.
Despite repeated statements that, among other things, seeks an improvement of reproductive health to prevent abortions, it is no less, at least, naive.
Given the stagnation of discussions during the preparatory meetings for the Cairo Conference (1994), the WHO representative at the United Nations headquarters in New York, Andrew J. Joseph, asked a number of clarifications to the then Director of the Division of Family Health WHO, Tormie Turmen. The consultations were on exactly what content is included in the term fertility regulation as part of reproductive health. The answer was that fertility regulation as part of reproductive health includes family planning, abortion, breastfeeding and delayed age of marriage.
Include reproductive health called human rights is part of the “reintrepretacion” of human rights for them at the service of a draft global power of the central countries. Only this will explain:
- The forced sterilizations (for example in Peru, among the refugees from Kosovo, etc.).
- Refusing to give information to women about the abortifacient effects of some contraceptives or negative side effects to the overall health of these or other contraceptives;
- Insisting purely ideological, as in the case of Mexico, to change the wording of medical codes, saying that pregnancy begins at implantation, not conception;
- The denial of the right to conscientious objection of doctors who do not want to prescribe certain contraceptives;
- The stubbornness to include reproductive health as a necessary step for access to credit from institutions such as the World Bank.
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Female ejaculation and prostate
For a year or two, the term female prostate comes in medical textbooks of histology (histology is the study of tissues and cells). Until now, the female prostate was still called in the textbooks of anatomy and histology, Skene glans and glans was considered a minor, presenting some similarities with the male prostate gland but so stunted. In recent years, the female prostate takes its role in female sexuality.
Anatomy of the female prostate and female ejaculation
The female prostate has a weight of 5g and a volume of one fifth or one fourth the size of the male prostate gland. Has the same structure histology (glandes, channels and smooth muscles), the same secretions (the famous PSA for all men to the 50 known), the same pathology (inflammation, prostate, etc..), Than men. The women’s prostate is located along the urethra, much earlier in the 60 to 70% of cases and 10% of cases is a bit more later, corresponding to point G (discovered by Grafenberg). In other cases it is more prevalent along the urethra or in a rudimentary state. This fits with prostate urethra (the urethral meatus close, through which urine exits) by very thin channels.
The female prostate plays an important role at the time of female orgasm during penetration and make movements while pressure from the yard into the anterior vaginal wall (as in massage prostate in men causing an orgasm). Do women have a prostate rudimentary type, almost nonexistent, would be those who complain over coital anorgasmia?
The existence of this female prostate can be the answer for women called “ sources”who have a very heavy discharge during orgasm, and that have a real orgasmic ejaculation. A case that until now was difficult to explain.Finally, say that this notion of prostate cancer in women may explain some movements burns during intercourse, although the gynecologist does not find any local vulvar or vaginal infection.
One study claims that women have a prostate and ejaculate
The prostate, the glandular organ of the genitourinary system, may no longer be an exclusive part of the male anatomy. If confirmed the findings of the special investigation conducted by a team of urologists in Austria, women also have prostate cancer and also ejaculation when they experience an orgasm. Specifically, the collaboration of two women who claimed to ejaculate during intercourse has been instrumental in the latest attempt to clarify the uncertainties about the presence of this structure in the female body, the result has just published The Journal of Sexual Medicine. The issue has been debated for centuries and still is, despite advances in knowledge of physical and psychological mechanisms involved in the process of female sexual arousal. Although previous studies suggest that women have a gland similar to that of male, attached to the urethra, skeptics suggest that this is a diverticulum (sac-like bulge) of this canal and that ejaculation is an issue of them urinary .
In fact, another theory holds that it is a form of incontinence. To clarify the controversy, the authors studied extensively the genitourinary system of two volunteers, 44 and 45. The technique underwent ultrasound of avant-gard, high-definition perineal ultrasound, and thoroughly reviewed the urethra using an endoscope. They also collected samples of ejaculation (the participants had to masturbate) and compared with voiding urine obtained before sexual activity.