The main problematic issues of reproductive health in the world and in Ukraine in particular are: high maternal and infant mortality, high abortion rate, miscarriage, complications of pregnancy and childbirth, high prevalence of female and male infertility and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS, cancer of the reproductive sphere, etc.Often the concept of "reproductive health" is understood in a narrow sense - as physiological and physical conditions that allow reproducing healthy offspring. But reproductive health consists of several components: sexual health, family planning and safe motherhood and fatherhood.
Reproductive health of women
The causes of infertility in women can be:
- a large amount of prolactin secretion;
- menstrual irregularities;
- genital defects;
- obstruction of pipes;
- formation of adhesions in the pelvis;
- autoimmune diseases;
- psychological disorders related to sexual life, and so on.
Reproductive health in men
It is very important to know that infertility is often diagnosed in men. The male factor is very common in medicine. When should you sound the alarm? If you can not conceive a baby for a year, although you have completely abandoned all means of contraception, then there is a health problem.
The causes of reproductive health problems can be:
- extreme fatigue;
- lack of vitamins;
- wrong way of life;
- presence of bad habits (drugs, alcohol, tobacco);
It is possible to improve the reproductive health of Ukrainians through early prevention, healthy lifestyle and modern methods of treatment.
The greatest happiness for parents is to give birth to a healthy child. Of course, many factors affect the health of the baby, but the greatest influence is the health of both parents. Before conceiving a child, they must prepare carefully.
The pregnancy planning program of the Kyivska Rus Medical Center is the first step to your happy motherhood. This is, first of all, a thorough diagnosis of the woman's body, including laboratory tests and examinations. They allow to detect and treat hidden and chronic infections. Toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus, herpes types I and II, rubella, syphilis, HIV, hepatitis B and C are diseases that are especially dangerous for the fetus, so they should be eliminated before pregnancy.