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This Valentine’s Day, definitely say yes to the chocolate-filled heart, but think twice before opening it a third or fourth time that day.
Among the best gifts we can give our loved ones this Valentine’s Day is our own good health. Wellness of the body and mind improves how all of our systems function, and that includes our urinary and reproductive systems. And with nearly 10,500 babies estimated to have been conceived last Valentine’s Day, according to Time, the holiday puts many reproductive systems to work.
Our Body Parts Take Care of Each Other
By keeping in good overall health, we ensure our urinary and reproductive systems are in the pink as well – from the bladder to the prostate. It just takes loving your body as much as you love the most important people in your life.
We suggest these four practices.
Lastly, stay close to people important to you, including your urologist. A sense of connection improves our moods, which translates to better sleep, less stress, lower blood pressure and a generally better-functioning body.
The female urologic and reproductive functions require different experts: urologists and gynecologists. Dr. Rebecca Roedersheimer explains.
Rarely in my career as a urologist have I been more concerned about men proactively protecting themselves from prostate cancer. The reason to be proactive is fairly well known. Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in men. It trails only lung cancer. Far less well known, and the reason I’m concerned, is…