A healthy lifestyle, regular ob-gyn visits and regular monitoring for signs of trouble all promote female reproductive health, according to Everyday Health. Issues surrounding a healthy female reproductive system include fertility, menstruation and sexual health.
Everyday Health explains that the female reproductive system includes both internal and external parts. Internally located are the fallopian tubes, the uterus, the cervix, the birth canal portion of the vagina and the ovaries, which contain all of a woman's eggs,. The external portion of the reproductive system includes the labia majora, the labia minora, the clitoris, the mons pubis and the perineum.
A healthy female reproductive system begins with practicing healthy habits in everyday life. WebMd suggests eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly and getting an adequate amount of sleep every night. Keeping the entire body healthy helps ward off potential reproductive health concerns.
WebMd also recommends regular visits to an obstetrician-gynecologist, or ob-gyn. An ob-gyn specializes in childbirth, gynecology and reproductive health issues. A visit typically includes an examination of the pelvic walls of the vagina, a visual examination of the cervix and a Pap test to check for any abnormalities in the cervical cells. The ob-gyn also tests for sexually transmitted infections in patients who have been sexually active since their last visit, and advises on issues regarding fertility, menstruation and sexual health.