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Reproductive system

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Reproductive system

  1. 1. Reproductive System<br />By: Sophia Tarafa<br />Presentation 10<br />
  2. 2. The three stages of labor and delivery are the dilation stage, the expulsion stage, and the placental stage.<br />Question: 3<br />
  3. 3. The first stage which is the dilation stage is when the muscles of the uterine contract to push out the fetus. The cervix becomes thin and begins to expand because the fetus is pressed up against it. We have to wait until the cervix reaches 10 centimeters dilated for it to be considered the second stage.<br />First stage<br />
  4. 4. The second stage of labor is called the expulsion stage. This is when the baby is delivered. The head will appear at the opening and then the rest of the body will be pushed out. The term used when the baby’s head appears is crowning.<br />Second Stage<br />
  5. 5. The third and final stage Is the placental stage. <br />After the baby is delivered the muscles of the uterus continues to contract in order for the placental to be pushed out as well. Sometimes nurses have to massage the patients abdomen to help release the placental.<br />Third stage<br />
  6. 6. A physician who specializes in the treatment of women is called a gynecologist.<br /> A gynecologist is a physician who specializes in the health of the female reproductive system. And is also able to treat and diagnose disorders and diseases.<br />An obstetrician and a gynecologist coincide and provide medical and surgical care to women and have an expertise in pregnancy, childbirth, and problems with the reproductive system.<br />Question 2<br />
  7. 7. Gynecologist can specialize in many areas:<br />Infertility<br />Urinary tract disorders<br />Preventative health<br />Pregnancy and delivery<br />Operative gynecology<br />Endocrinology<br />Cancer<br />Medical conditions<br />Gynecology<br />
  8. 8. The cessation of menstruation is called menopause.<br />Menopause is a transition period in a woman’s life when her ovaries stop producing eggs, her body produces less progesterone and estrogen and menstruation becomes less and then it stops completely.<br />Question 5<br />
  9. 9. Common symptoms are:<br />Night sweats<br />Hot flashes<br />Heart pounding<br />Sleeping problems<br />Skin flushing<br />Other symptoms <br />Decreased interest in sex<br />Mood swings<br />Joint aches and pains<br />Vaginal dryness<br />Menopause<br />
  10. 10. Menopause usually happens between the ages 45-55.<br />Once you go a year with no period you are no longer at risk for becoming pregnant.<br />As hormone changes the entire female reproductive system changes. The vagina becomes shorter and the vaginal walls become less elastic and thinner.<br />Menopause is a natural part of a woman’s life.<br />Menopause<br />