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How to Protect the Reproductive Organ of the Wife?

2019-06-24


How to protect the reproductive organ of your wife? A famous gynecologist once said: "The female reproductive organ is the organ that has worked hard and performed a valuable service. If every woman can protect their reproductive organ, the average life of the women will be largely prolonged." Husband, as the only contact person of the wife's reproductive organ, has an unshakable responsibility to protect the reproductive organ of his wife.


If the husband doesn't pay attention to his personal hygiene, has an unclean genital or suffers from urinary tract infections (including nephritis, kidney tuberculosis, ureteritis, urethritis, etc.), penitis, or other inflammation, it will pose a serious threat to the health of the wife. During the sexual intercourse, the bacteria in the urinary tract will invade the woman's vagina or uterus with semen, which may cause vaginitis, endometritis of the woman, and may also cause inflammation of the urinary system. Unclean sexual intercourse can also cause infections to the parts mentioned above. If the husband has acute and chronic inflammation of the genital or urinary tract, they can't have a sex life until the husband is completely cured. This requires each newly married or long-married husband to strictly abide by it. At the same time, both men and women should clean their genitalia before each sex, especially the husband should completely clean out his smegma.



After the pregnancy, the wife has undergone a series of physical changes. She becomes more vulnerable and her reproductive organs are more prone to get injured. Therefore, the husband should do his part and always protect his wife. The focus of protecting the reproductive organs of pregnant women is the uterus, because abortion, premature birth, dystocia, and intrauterine infection will cause different impact to the uterus. In order to avoid that, the husband should urge his wife to regularly perform pregnancy and prenatal examinations so that the pregnancy abnormalities can be detected and treated in time. At the same time, the husband should observe if the wife has symptoms such as vaginal bleeding, fluid, or painful hypogastrium. If it happens, the husband needs to accompany his wife to go to a doctor.


Unplanned pregnancy which ends with abortion or induction of labor will cause great harm to the genital organs of the wife. The miscarriage damage to the endometrium and especially repeated miscarriage will cause serious harm to the uterus, and some may even hinder normal childbirth in the future.


What the wife needs most for husband is the time when she gives birth to a child. According to the survey of foreign research, it takes 1 hour shorter when husband accompanies the wife than when the husband is absent. The dystocia rate will be greatly reduced. This "miracle" happens because the love and care of the husband turn into a huge drive for the wife to give birth. Therefore, for the husband, he should accompany his wife or wait outside the delivery room when his wife gives birth to a baby. At the same time, he should try his best to encourage his wife and give her strong support.


After the childbearing, the wife will have a wound surface on the endometrium and the cervix is slightly wider than usual. It takes a certain period of time to fully recover for the wife. If they have sex in an early time, it will bring bacteria into the genital organs of the wife, causing endometritis or pelvic inflammatory disease. If the wife is treated timely, then she can recover. However, many of them will suffer from endometrium damage, tubal occlusion, or lifelong infertility. What's worse, during the acute phase, the bacteria invade from the wound surface and spread throughout the blood vessel, which may cause sepsis and threaten her life. Therefore, the husband should control his desire and can't have sex until his wife has got her fully recovered endometrium after 2 months.



After the childbearing, the wife will have a wound surface on the endometrium and the cervix is slightly wider than usual. It takes a certain period of time to fully recover for the wife. If they have sex in an early time, it will bring bacteria into the genital organs of the wife, causing endometritis or pelvic inflammatory disease. If the wife is treated timely, then she can recover. However, many of them will suffer from endometrium damage, tubal occlusion, or lifelong infertility. What's worse, during the acute phase, the bacteria invade from the wound surface and spread throughout the blood vessel, which may cause sepsis and threaten her life. Therefore, the husband should control his desire and can't have sex until his wife has got her fully recovered endometrium after 2 months.



After a woman gets older, she will have a significantly reduced sexual desire due to the significant decline in the ovarian function and atrophied organs of the reproductive system. However, the husband at a similar age will have a longer-lasting sexual life ability and require more on the sex than his wife. At this time, the husband should be particularly considerate and caring for his wife and can't force his wife to have sex, so as not to cause laceration of the vagina that begins to atrophy and has less secretion. The number of sex lives should be controlled at a low level of physiological requirements. In addition, the preparation time should be extended, movement should be gentle, and lubricants can also be used if necessary. If the wife goes into menopause, her vagina will have a weakened natural defense ability and is susceptible to the infection. During the sex, the husband should pay special attention to the cleanliness of the sexual organs.


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