Saturday, September 16, 2017

Sex Education for Children

Sex education For Children

Sex education is not just mean pornography, sex education for children is always begin from she/he is 5 years old. Your children already known which girl and male, and they should know where place for urinal for girl pee and urinal for man. They already separate their bed room between girl and man. Young children begin to learn how they behave as girl or as man to follow their tradition in each country.

Sex education is learn from the beginning of the child bird. They got many kissing from their parent, brothers and even from align people. The baby got kissed from different sex, or similar sex. But this all positive sex education, not pornography.

Sex education indirectly has been touching to our children from them still a child. Their parent tech to their children can differ what is male and what is female genital. They also learn about feel ashamed if not use cover for their genital. Their parent also tell to their children about how their child should say about handsome to male sex and say pretty to female.

Child should call her father and mother also to differ about the sex different between man and woman. So the child will understand what is he or she is. Sex education in Western may differ from Eastern culture, in Western sex education is more openly to tell to their child compare with Eastern that sometime feel ashamed to give learn directly to their child. Such as tell to their children about menstruation cycles and get out sperm to adult man. Actually this story should not be closed for children knowledge and in order to our child more careful about their condition and relationship with their friend.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Oral Contraceptives

What is Oral Contraceptives?

Oral contraceptives is birth-control using pills, this drug is used to prevent pregnancy. Estrogen and progestin are two female sex hormones. Combinations of estrogen and progestin work by preventing ovulation. They also change the lining of the uterus to prevent pregnancy from developing and change the mucus at the cervix to prevent sperm from entering to the uterus. Oral contraceptives are a very effective method of birth control, but they do not prevent the spread of human immunodeficiency virus such as HIV, the virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) and other sexually transmitted diseases.

Among the available birth control methods that require some medical care are oral contraceptives, intrauterine device, diaphragms, and the rhythm method.

Since 1960, when the Food and Drug Administration first approved oral contraceptives for use with a doctor's prescription, millions of prescriptions for them have been written in the United States alone. Most forms of the Pill introduce into the body certain synthetic equivalents of the natural sex hormones, in such a way that the hormone cycle that leads the woman's body to ovulate is altered and ovulation is prevented.

Through the years, investigation has shown that ovulation can be effectively prevented with much smaller doses of hormones than were originally used, which is fortunate because side effects are directly related to the amount of hormone in the Pill. Most brand on the market today are combination pills, that is, each tablet contains both progestin ( a synthetic progesteron derivative) and estrogen. The mini-pill, not widely used, contains no estrogen.

Risk and benefits:
The Pill does have many serious side effects, including: blood clots, which can impair circulation; increased risk of heart attack, and for users between the ages of fifteen and thirty four, about 8 times greater risk (about 1 in 12,000) of death due to circulatory disorders compared to those who do not use the Pill. At these risk factor are greatly increased if the women smokes.

Pill user also run a greater risk of gall bladder disease requiring surgery, benign, liver tumors, which can be fatal if they rupture, and high blood pressure. And if woman takes oral contraceptive by mistake when she is pregnant, her baby may have birth defects involving the heart and the limits. On the higher side, some recent studies suggest that pill users have a decreased risk of cancer of the ovaries and uterus.

Whatever the risks and benefits of oral contraceptives, they are the most effective method of birth control other than surgical sterilization, and the overall risk of death is low - below that of pregnancy and childbirth. Itself except for women who smoke. With all oral contraceptives, containing medical supervision is necessary in order to minimize these risks and to prescribe the appropriate pill for each woman.

Sex Education Begins at Home

Sex Education

Sex education for our children for some eastern country become taboo for teach directly. Usually children known sex education from their association. A pity that not all association are good, sometime their association very bad and make children have bad sex education.

Sex matter is always a hot term at the moment, this is a sensitive matter if some body is talking about this, even the content is not about the sex activity. If your children still under age say 5 to 10 years, they will have heard it thrown around on television or radio, or she has seen one of the recent leaflets, Let's Grow with her friends, aimed at younger primary school children. Some parents are concerned that an educational pamphlet spelling out a few body parts will corrupt their young children's minds. Others feel that it doesn't go far enough, citing research that shows the more our children know about sex, the less promiscuous they grow up to be.

Many of parents may feel uncomfortable talking about it or feel that should be ready with the facts immediately, fearing that otherwise the window of opportunity will close. “I would say you do know a lot more than you think,” says Petra Boynton, a psychologist specializing in sex education. “If your child came home with a math’s problem and you said you didn't know how to do it, you wouldn't view yourself as a failure. So approach this in the same way. You can say, I'm not sure what this is about - let's find out together'.”

Sometimes they have an idea and you can proceed from there, they may have got it slightly wrong but it will give them the chance to build on what they know. You could clarify with a simple explanation such as: “It's all to do with grown-up people loving each other and how they can have babies if they want to.”

Just make sure that you're not like one mother who answered her child with the wrong explanation. Sex education is something to learn at home at the beginning, not at school, and that's the last say on this subject.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Problems and Diseases of the Female Reproductive System


Many women have cycles that vary considerably in length, this is normal. When does irregularity become abnormal, then menstruation that's so irregular that it seems not to be a cycle at all is considered abnormal, as is bleeding that occurs at intervals of less than eighteen or more that forty two days. If either of these patterns develop, it may mean that the woman's system is not functioning correctly.

If a woman's ovarian hormones become deficient or out of balance in relation to one another, a disturbance in her pattern of menstruation often follows. Her menstruation may be either too scant or too excessive, or it may stop altogether for a few months. Often, the hormone disturbance can be corrected with artificial hormone preparations, or at least an artificial balance can be achieved until the natural balance return.


The Fallopian tubes can become diseased or inflamed with a severity that's out of proportion to their small size. Inflammation in the tubes (salpingitis) may leave scars and constrictions that prevent egg cells from passing through, making it hard for the woman to become pregnant. Occasionally the tubes are only partially blocked, and the tiny sperm cells can wriggle past the constriction, but then the much larger egg cell can't get down to the uterus. In this case, a pregnancy in the tube may result. This condition, an ectopic prenancy, is relatively rare but always serious, for it is very difficult to detect. Eventually, the tube ruptures and immediate surgery is necessary to stop internal hemorrhage.