Monday, June 22, 2020

Six types of diseases that are not suitable for sex

Sexual life between husband and wife is a matter of course, but if one of the parties suffers from some serious illness, it is very necessary to moderate sex life from the perspective of being responsible for his or her health. The diseases that should control sex life as appropriate include the following:

1. Cardiovascular disease People with high blood pressure, rheumatic heart disease, and arteriosclerotic heart disease are strictly forbidden to have sex life when they are seriously ill. Even if the condition is stable, sex life should be controlled. During the process, if you experience dizziness, palpitations, wheezing, or chest pain, you should stop immediately, and take the medicine or go to the hospital for treatment in time.

2. Patients with liver disease with hepatitis, middle-to-late cirrhosis, and liver cancer should exercise restraint in sex or temporarily stop cohabitation. In this way, it is possible to prevent the transmission of certain diseases to the other party, and it is also conducive to the rehabilitation of patients.

3. Nephropathy such as acute nephritis, chronic nephritis, kidney stones, kidney tumors, uremia, etc., in the process of treatment, sex life should be controlled. Because sex life consumes more energy, it is difficult to improve hematuria, proteinuria, purulent urine, etc., and it is easy to make acute diseases into chronic diseases. Sexual life should also be prohibited for those with severe conditions such as fever, oliguria, renal colic, edema, and anemia.

4. Pulmonary disease Patients with tuberculosis, bronchiectasis, pneumonia, lung cancer and other diseases should exercise restraint in their sex life to facilitate early recovery.

5. Patients with gynecological diseases such as vulvitis, vaginitis, cervicitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease should exercise restraint in sex life. It can cause pain during sexual intercourse, perineal and lower abdominal discomfort, etc. In severe cases, it can cause increased inflammation. In addition, after menstruation, puerperium and abortion operations, the husband should also avoid cohabitation with his wife.

6. Sexual life should not be carried out when the male sexual organs suffer from the following diseases, so as not to aggravate the disease or affect the woman: acute inflammation of sexual organs, whether it is orchitis, epididymitis, spermatic corditis, prostatitis, etc. It is not suitable to have sex life, because sexual organs are highly congested and edema during sexual intercourse, which will aggravate the disease and increase discomfort. In addition, sexually transmitted diseases, trichomoniasis, urinary tract infections, etc., should be cured before sexual intercourse, otherwise it will aggravate the condition, and secondly, it will also infect the spouse, which is detrimental to health.

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