Male Reproductive Health Information
Author: Disabled World | Contact: Disabled World (Disabled-World.com)
Synopsis: Information regarding male reproductive health and conditions often neglected by men who do not always go to the doctor.
Men's reproductive health is just as important as women's reproductive health. The question is, 'why is not as important to men' The consensus has it that men's reproductive health is often times neglected by men who do not have someone to nudge them towards the doctor, nurture them, care for or about them - because men do not pay attention to their health in general. Men need to pay attention and give attention to their reproductive health concerns, even if they do not care to.
Men's health refers to health issues specific to human male anatomy. These often relate to structures such as male genitalia or to conditions caused by hormones specific to, or most notable in, males. Reproductive health implies that people are able to have a responsible, satisfying and safer sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so.
Prioritizing is something the majority of us are naturally good at. Yet since what we prioritize is as important as how we do it, it must be noted that when men's reproductive health is placed last on the list it might be the top-listed issue in the future. While men are working to make ends meet, working to support their families, dedicating time to and entertaining family members and friends and then working some more, the need for a man to at some point reach out and suggest that he needs time to himself to nurse or get nursing for a, 'private matter,' arises.
Men need to understand that taking time for, 'selfish things,' is taking time for, 'selfless things.' A man's reproductive health in good shape ensures he can continue to provide, entertain, nurture and party. A man with good reproductive health means he will not suffer and will not have to share his suffering by being begrudgingly dependent on other people because he neglected his reproductive health issues or concerns.
For example, the number of potential issues in the area of men's reproductive health that need attention are great. These issues include the following:
- Altered sex drive
- Painful intercourse
- Delayed ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
Men often ignore these issues; is it because men feel selfish if they take time out to attend regularly scheduled appointments? Is it because men become involved with enjoyment, or are they consumed by doing the many additional daily tasks? It seems a number of men remember about their health care is a blood pressure check, or a trip to the dentist.
Men's reproductive health concerns are shown, in general terms, through statistics. Men are four times less-likely to visit their doctor than women are, according to Dr. Hilary Jones. In the meantime; however, 30% of all men experience some form of sexual issue, while 25% of all men under the age of forty ejaculate before they would like to.
When it comes to their health, men are often times late to respond to a number of symptoms, yet this is never more so than when the issue is directly related to their reproductive health. There are a countless number of journals and magazines that are geared specifically towards dealing with men's sexual health. The publications are filled with a large amount of information in regards to this topic, but men remain reluctant to consult their doctor in the event they are experiencing symptoms that might be an issue.
There are several things that may hinder a man's sexual health. Some of these include activity level, diet, injury, or psychological disorders. Still, these issues are not the only things that can hinder a man's reproductive health. There are real conditions that may present serious issues for a man if they remain undiagnosed or untreated. Some of these conditions include the following:
- Penis disorders
- Prostate problems
- Testicular problems
- Erectile dysfunction
- Premature ejaculation
- Sexually transmitted diseases
Any one or all of these conditions may cause an issue with a man's sexual health and most men can be treated fairly easily. There are things that men can also do to get the general diagnosis of their overall health levels. The majority of men put up with their dysfunctions while not understanding that there are simple remedies for most conditions. For example, premature ejaculation can safely and easily be managed with treatment using tramadol, a non-controlled substance that can be purchased online.
The medication is also far less expensive than Viagra. Men can simply make changes to their exercise, diet, or overall fitness levels in order to maintain their health, or they may seek the needed and recommended treatments that a doctor prescribes for them if a complication is detected. Eating nutritionally balanced food, managing stress levels and monitoring the consumption of alcoholic beverages is a great idea.
While nearly anything can cause general health issues, they can also reinforce issues with men's reproductive health. Some symptoms that might mean that a man has an issue with their sexual organs may include, yet are not limited to, issues using the bathroom, discharge from the penis, issues with maintaining an erection and swelling. If you notice any of these issues, you should visit your doctor.
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Cite This Page (APA): Disabled World. (2015, June 2). Male Reproductive Health Information. Disabled World. Retrieved January 27, 2022 from www.disabled-world.com/health/male/reproductive.php