Disorders of the Reproductive Systems

Disorders of the Reproductive Systems

   Discussion: Disorders of the Reproductive Systems

While the male and female reproductive systems are  unique to each sex, they share a common function—reproduction. Disorders  of this system range from delayed development to structural and  functional abnormalities. Since many reproductive disorders not only  result in physiological consequences but also psychological consequences  such as embarrassment, guilt, or profound disappointment, patients are  often hesitant to seek treatment. Advanced practice nurses need to  educate patients on disorders and help relieve associated stigmas.  During patient evaluations, patients must feel comfortable answering  questions so that you, as a key health care provider, will be able to  diagnose and recommend treatment options. As you begin this Discussion,  consider reproductive disorders that you would commonly see in the  clinical setting.

                                           To Prepare

Review Chapter 22 and Chapter 23 in the  Hammer and McPhee text, as well as Chapter 33 and 34 in the Huether and McCance text.

Select two disorders of the male and/or female  reproductive systems that interest you. 

Consider the similarities and  differences between the disorders.

Select one of the following factors: genetics,  ethnicity, age, or behavior. 

Think about how the factor you selected  might impact the diagnosis of and treatment for the reproductive  disorders. 

Post a description of the two  reproductive disorders you selected, including their similarities and  differences. Then explain how the factor you selected might impact the  diagnosis of treatment for the reproductive disorders. 

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