In doing some personal research regarding the female reproductive system, I was inspired to know and utilize the information that is out here for us to know. Sort of like a “Health Thing”. I love health! ☺
I was taught years ago, grade school, during sex education, about the female and male reproductive system. Who actually “thinks” about this information? Like health wise? Thinks on a daily basis about this information? You know to keep yourself clean, and not to do certain things, but do you know every part of your reproductive system and what it’s for and what it does? Knowledge is power. God said, my people are destroyed for a lack of knowledge: Hosea 4:6 KJV
My mother isn’t here to ask certain things. She transitioned from this earth and is waiting the return of the Lord.(Sidenote: She made it ya’ll! The dead in Christ shall rise first! And we who remain shall be caught up to meet Him in the air! ☺) She taught me certain things and if I had a question about something she could answer, she would give me the answer. But today, I have Google and if needed doctors to ask and find out certain information, and others.
As females, it is very important to take care of our reproductive health or system. It is more than just the place where you urinate, defecate, or have a menstrual cycle. Sexual activity and the creation, growth, and birth of babies take place there.
It is comprised of organs that start in your pelvic area (your uterus on down.) They all play a part in the reproductive system and and it is wise to know what they are, what they are for, and what they do.
Being a female, we have to take into consideration our body, and the topic on hand, our reproductive system. You and I can’t and shouldn’t be doing everything a man does. We were not built for that. Literally. You were not physically built for it. A male’s pelvic area is not built to carry a baby, it is comprised of different things. A female’s pelvic area is. That is it’s purpose, it’s function, hence the name “reproductive” “system”. Life is reproduced through these systems.
Health wise, it is important to know how everything works, so you won’t cause any unnecessary injury to your body. And also, why something is wrong. And when you find out, utilize the information that you have gained.
I hope that this post will inspire you as a female to look more into the female reproductive system and your reproductive health.
Until Next Time,
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