When you study the physiology of the male and female reproductive system, you will see the delicate interaction of organs, nerves, tissues, cells and hormones. Disturbance of one part affects the whole system. Likewise, disturbance of any organ of the body affects the whole organism. Thus, when there is any disorder in one organ of the reproductive system you should not consider it as a single disease entity. It is simply one symptom indicating that your entire body is sick and in need of repairs.
As with all other “diseases” that we have been discussing in previous lessons, reproductive problems should not be “treated” at all. First look for the underlying causes and correct those errors in your general lifestyle that resulted in these abnormalities. Health will be restored when the conditions for health are provided.
In this lesson, we will discuss some of the more common reproductive disorders. First of all, we will have a review of the male and female reproductive system. A general knowledge of anatomy and physiology will enable you to communicate with your clients in an understanding and intelligent manner.
- 1. Introduction
- 2. The Reproductive System
- 3. Menstruation
- 4. Vulvitis
- 5. Salpingitis
- 6. Menopause
- 7. Carcinomas
- 8. Oral Contraceptives
- 9. Hysterectomy
- 10. Male Infertility
- 11. Prostatic Enlargement
- 12. Abnormalities Of Pregnancy
- 13. Some Reasons For Abnormalities During Pregnancy
- 14. Questions & Answers
- Article #1: Sterility In Women By Herbert M. Shelton
- Article #2: Enlargement of The Prostate By Herbert M. Shelton
- Article #3: Ballerina Syndrome? Or Medical Ignorance?