Doctor Khafizov: people with prostatitis or cystitis are not allowed to use heated seats
Exposure to heat in the pelvic region, such as from heated seats, is dangerous for men and women. In particular, this applies to drivers and passengers who are currently suffering from or have previously had prostatitis or cystitis. About it told obstetrician-gynecologist Almaz Khafizov in an interview with RT.
“Today, almost any car has a seat heating system or is equipped for this purpose by the owner with special covers, but, at first glance, such a useful function in the harsh Russian climate, if used improperly, can cause serious harm to the driver’s health,” the doctor noted.
The specialist warned the Russians that the point heat effect adversely affects drivers and passengers suffering from prostatitis, cystitis or urethritis. Also, the use of seat heating is strictly prohibited for people with benign and malignant neoplasms in the pelvic area.
According to the obstetrician-gynecologist, seat heating should be turned on when the car is warming up, checking its technical condition, shaking off leaves or snow. “This time is enough for the chair to become warm. As soon as you get behind the wheel and start driving, the heating must be turned off, ”Khafizov emphasized.
Formerly an obstetrician-gynecologist, head of the expert center for women’s health at the Institute of Reproductive Medicine REMEDI Maria Selikhova informedthat behind a false pregnancy, which can occur in a woman up to two times a year, ordinary diseases are hidden.