Reproductive health care

Reproductive health care


Reproductive Healthcare Services Reproductive health care services that contribute to reproductive health and well-being through the prevention and prevention of reproductive health problems. Reproductive health care is primarily for men who have the ability to control fertility and fertility, women who are able to conceive and safely conceive, and couples who can have sex without the fear of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

An important occasion in the implementation of reproductive health programs is to ensure the quality of service, especially, to judge the physical condition of the service recipients. The goal of the program is women, since they are the main consumers of these programs and they have to deal with the major problems in accessing healthcare services. Equal importance should also be given to increasing men's responsibility and they should be more involved in these programs.

The target group for reproductive healthcare is women and men of different ages, and young men and women. Reproductive events during the life of women can be divided into several categories: pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, inter-pregnancy, childbirth, and reproductive capacity. At the International Conference on Population and Development / ICPD, held in Cairo on 9 December, it was decided that to ensure reproductive health care, primary health care system, family planning services, information teaching and advice, side effects of family planning system management , Prenatal and postnatal information services, safe motherhood, breastfeeding babies Breastfeeding and women's health care, treatment and management of men and women with disabling reproductive tract, prevention and management of dangerous abortions, diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, teaching and counseling on reproductive health and responsible maternal and paternity, breast cancer and reproductive tract. Diagnosis and treatment of diseases, prevention of spread of HIV infection Reduction, and to raise awareness about HIV infection in HIV-infected individuals to ensure adequate treatment, etc. should be included.

It is desirable that these services programs be available to the people with adequate quality care but due to lack of proper infrastructure, there is a huge shortage of services in Bangladesh. As a result, the services are being offered in limited quantities. This is because reproductive health services are available in situations where the needs of the recipients are the highest, and in order to meet those needs, the person conducting the program provides integrated reproductive health services, although the existing infrastructure in Bangladesh is not sufficient to provide these services.

In terms of physical benefits, the country has satisfactory facilities and officers and employees to provide reproductive health services. Here reproductive health services or primary health services are provided in a three-tier manner; At district, upazila and union level. At present, there are 1 maternal and child welfare centers (MCWC) at the district level, 5 maternal and child health (MCH) at the upazila level and about 5 union health and family welfare centers at the union level. In addition, there are about 5 satellite clinics or sub-clinics to be set up across the country to reach health services at every level at the union level.

Currently available services include providing health services to women, family planning, safe motherhood, essential maternity care, and postnatal care. Hazardous abortion prevention includes menstruation control, prevention of unwanted pregnancy, treatment of complications of abortion, counseling on postnatal care, collection of information and advice on those who need monthly control and so on.

Domestic service at home level includes health education, family planning and maternal and child health services. Immunization, control of infectious and other local diseases that are needed for primary health care and health assistant and family welfare assistant (FWA) have been appointed to manage these. Each assistant has to serve about 5 people. The number of posts allowed by the Family Welfare Assistant is 1,3. The number of posts has now increased to 22,3. Satellite clinics are being run by staff at the Health and Family Welfare Center (H&FWC) at the community level. There are about 5 unions in the country and an estimated 825 health and family welfare centers are serving. These centers provide prenatal care, safe motherhood, health education, child care and family planning and so on.

Upazila Health Complex (UHC) at the upazila level provides prenatal and postnatal care, safe maternity care, family planning, child health care and child care. The number of beds in each upazila hospital and 1 of them are identified for child and maternal health services. Upazila health complex has 3-5 doctors and they serve about 20,000 people. Health complexes are active in seven upazilas in Bangladesh.

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