Pelvic inflammatory disease is a common gynecological disease, which may cause serious consequences such as diffuse peritonitis and septic shock in severe cases. In mild cases, it can not be cured for a long time. Repeated attacks cause pain to patients and affect women's physical and mental health. Therefore, we must pay attention to the prevention and treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease.
So why are some women prone to pelvic infections?
There may be several reasons
1. Due to physical weakness after postpartum or abortion.
2. The cervix mouth has not been closed well, or bleeding time is long and tissue remains.
3. Not paying attention to hygiene during menstruation, using unclean menstrual mats and having sex during menstruation can make pathogens invade and infect.
A stirring among the dry bones in China is the early 80s. In 1996, 390 thousand and 900 of the reported cases were reported in China. The incidence rate reached 33.94/10 million. If not treated in time, serious pelvic infections can be caused.
Once there is pelvic infection, it can be manifested as chills and fever, loss of appetite, backache and leucorrhea, and it varies with the severity and scope of inflammation. If the mass forms, it can oppress the bladder and rectum, causing a series of accompanying symptoms such as anal distension and frequent urination.
Often in tired, sexual life, menstruation before and after aggravation. If you go to the hospital, you can find cervical lifting pain, uterine tenderness, adnexal mass, etc.
As pelvic infection can cause physiological and psychological effects on women, once the above symptoms are found, they should be treated in time to the hospital. They should not take drugs indiscriminately, so as to avoid delaying the treatment. Under the guidance of doctors, rational drug use can be carried out according to drug sensitivity test to prevent the generation of drug-resistant strains. Abdominal physiotherapy can promote local pelvic blood circulation, improve tissue nutrition and metabolism.
It is often said that "three points of treatment, seven points of care", pelvic inflammatory disease is no exception, can increase nutrition, exercise, work and rest, in order to improve their disease resistance.
Pay attention to menstrual hygiene and do a good job of women's "five period" health care. Health education should be carried out to reduce the incidence of premarital sex and abortion. In order to reduce the incidence of pelvic infection.