Many female friends are often troubled by various gynecological diseases in their lives. Pelvic inflammation is one of them. So, what is pelvic inflammation? Women's pelvic uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries or their surrounding tissues, including the pelvic peritoneum, when any inflammation occurs, it can be called pelvic inflammation. Inflammation can be localized to one site or several sites at the same time. Clinically, the narrow sense of pelvic inflammation refers to salpingitis.
What is the cause of the infection? Pelvic inflammation can be caused by inflammation of the external genitals, or by inflammation of adjacent organs or infection of other parts of the body. Bacteria often enter the pelvic cavity during menstruation, abortion, childbirth, or through various surgical wounds of the genital tract to cause inflammation. Pelvic inflammation can be divided into acute and chronic. The former is acute and has obvious causes. If it is treated timely, thoroughly and effectively, it can be cured. When acute inflammation can not be completely treated, it can become chronic, but it is more because of the slow onset of the disease, the condition is lighter and not noticed, so the treatment is not timely, and it can be postponed to chronic. This kind of pelvic inflammation often causes women's infertility. Proper exercise is good for adnexitis
Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is usually manifested as bilateral salpingitis. As time goes by, the opening of the fallopian tube, especially the end receiving the egg, is partially or completely blocked. It can also make the inner mucous membrane of the fallopian tube adhere due to inflammation and narrow or close the lumen.
In this way, the passage of eggs, sperm or fertilized eggs is blocked, resulting in infertility. Severe pelvic inflammation can spread to the pelvic peritoneum, the uterus and the tissues beside the cervix, and eventually lead to the hardening of these organs and tissues, and the poor activity, especially the loss of the physiological properties of the soft peristalsis of the fallopian tube, which becomes stiff and twisted, and the lumen is completely blocked, reaching an incurable degree.
Why haven't you ever had a baby and got pelvic inflammation or salpingitis? This is partly because you don't pay attention to menstrual health, you work or swim in the paddy field during menstrual period, a small amount of germs invade continuously for a long time, which can cause chronic pelvic inflammation as time goes by; part of it is caused by other diseases, the more common is pelvic tuberculosis, which leads to endometrial tuberculosis and tubal tuberculosis and tubal obstruction; There are also a small number of disorders due to sexual relations, sexually transmitted diseases cause salpingitis and lead to tubal obstruction; a very small number of unmarried long-term suffering from vaginitis such as trichomonal or mycotic vaginitis, bacteria can be infected to the fallopian tube, resulting in inflammation of the fallopian tube.
Experts remind: therefore, girls should pay attention to the cleanness and hygiene of vulva since childhood. After puberty, when there is lower abdominal pain or obvious dysmenorrhea, abnormal menstruation or abnormal vaginal leucorrhea, they should go to the hospital for examination. The earlier lighter salpingitis or pelvic inflammation can be cured.