Chapter 19

Addressing Sexual and Reproductive Health Conditions

In This Chapter

arrow Attending to female and male sexual health issues

arrow Taking a look at infertility

arrow Treating sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)

A significant portion of the human anatomy is devoted to ensuring survival of the species through reproduction. Unfortunately, the reproductive system, in both men and women, is vulnerable to a host of illnesses, including bacterial, viral, and fungal infections; various forms of inflammatory illnesses and cancer; and diseases that spread specifically through sexual contact.

In this chapter, I offer advice on treating the most common sexual and reproductive heath issues for both women and men, offer some natural cures suggestions to address infertility, and provide guidance for treating sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Focusing on Women’s Reproductive Health

As a woman, you have the unique opportunity to conceive and bear children, but the accompanying biological complexities expose you to a host of illnesses that men don’t have to deal with, such as cervical dysplasia, endometriosis, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), menopause, and vaginitis. The first steps to treating all ...

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