women’s health brochure | Multidimensional nursing care 3 | Rasmussen College System
Multidimensional nursing strategies can be used to provide care for patients with disorders of the reproductive system.
1. Health Education: Nurses should educate patients on self-care techniques and lifestyle modification to help improve the symptoms of reproductive system disorders. Topics such as stress management, diet, exercise, and lifestyle issues that could affect the condition are included. Moreover, the nurses can provide you with information about preventative measures to reduce your risk of developing further symptoms or complications.
2. Emotional support: Sexual disorders are emotionally stressful and nurses should provide both physical and emotional care. In order to better help patients cope with their distress, nurses should provide a space in which they feel free to express their concerns and feelings about their diagnosis.
3. Patients with disorders of the reproductive system are more likely to suffer from pain. Effective management strategies must be tailored for each patient depending on his or her condition and level of pain. Nurses should educate their patients about non-pharmacological pain management strategies, such as massage or relaxation techniques.
4. Following-Up Care. A final component in multidimensional nursing for women with disorders of the reproductive system is to follow up or make check-ins once treatment is complete. This will ensure that necessary adjustments and changes are being made according the progression of the disorder. Follow-up visits also allow the nurses to check for any side effects that may be caused by medication prescribed as a symptom relief if necessary.