Reproductive Health of Women: Implications and attributes
Complete access to sexual and reproductive health is a fundamental human right. Women and girls all across the world, particularly those living in poverty, have little or no access to reproductive health and rights information and services. Discrimination, shame, restrictive laws and regulations, and long-held traditions are just a few of the barriers to sexual and reproductive health that exist. Despite evidence that these rights may affect not only individual women but also families, communities, and national economies, progress has been slow. Women's lifestyles have evolved throughout history. In the past, most women's lives were challenging. Many ladies were having unintended pregnancies. Childbirth used to be dangerous, and it often resulted in the mother's death. Because they didn't live long enough, most women didn't have to deal with menopause or old age in the past. Reproductive health is an important aspect of a person's entire development and well-being. It could be the result of a positive upbringing, which is critical during adolescence and sets the tone for excellent health throughout adulthood and beyond reproductive years for both men and women. A woman's reproductive life span does not begin at puberty and end at menopause, and a man's reproductive life span does not stop when he is no longer likely to bear children. It is present and vital at all stages of a person's development and maturation. Reproductive health needs may vary depending on one's age and stage of life. However, there is a long term effect over the course of one's life, and each stage has significant ramifications for one's future well-being.
Copyright (c) 2022 Mudasir Maqbool, Irfat Ara, Imran Gani
International Journal of Current Research in Physiology and Pharmacology; Volume 6, Issue 3; 2022; 8-18
Women health, adulthood, fertility, sexual health, menstruation.