Long term dysmenorrhea is originally caused by pelvic inflammatory disease, which can lead to female dysmenorrhea. What is the relationship between pelvic inflammatory disease and dysmenorrhea? Why does pelvic inflammatory disease cause long-term dysmenorrhea? Let's introduce the relationship between pelvic inflammatory disease and dysmenorrhea.
In the past two years, Miss Zhang, who lives in Tianhe, has been troubled by pain whenever her menstruation comes. She is in a very irritable mood, has a bad sleep, and feels a dull pain in her lower abdomen and lumbosacral pain.
If you are a little tired, or stand for a long time, these symptoms will aggravate, and you always feel that you have no spirit during menstruation. As the menstrual period passed, these discomfort symptoms would disappear. In addition to buying painkillers during the menstrual period, she did not go to the hospital for examination. Some time ago, when she was celebrating her 21st birthday, her family gave her a "medical package" as a gift. After the examination, Miss Zhang knew that the dysmenorrhea that had tormented her for three years was the alarm signal of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease!
In this regard, experts pointed out that chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is a common gynecological disease, due to the existence of inflammation, pelvic congestion, may lead to excessive menstruation or menstruation frequency. The clinical manifestations of the disease vary in severity, the mild is generally asymptomatic, the severe is more leucorrhea, mild dysmenorrhea, menstruation, abdominal pain, abdominal distension, diarrhea, diarrhea, diarrhea, frequent urination, lumbosacral pain, sexual intercourse pain, etc. Due to pelvic blood stasis, and even lead to tubal adhesion obstruction and infertility, so people need to pay attention to it.
After reading the above content, you should have some understanding of the problem that long-term dysmenorrhea is caused by pelvic inflammatory disease. Today we will introduce here. More topics about women's health will continue to be introduced in the following articles. Welcome to check. Wish you a happy life!