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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
is an infection of the female reproductive organs The infection spreads through the cervix into the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and throughout the lower abdomen and pelvic area. Menstruation, the more easily spread the infection. If diagnosed and treated early, there will be no complications. Inflammation and scarring in the fallopian tubes or ovaries This makes the pregnancy more difficult and may lead to an ectopic pregnancy.
Caused by having sex with someone infected with gonorrhea. or chlamydia) or another sexually transmitted disease Your chances of developing pelvic inflammatory disease are frequent change of partners. or having multiple sexual partners or using the IUD
Most of the symptoms are pain in the pelvic area, with or without a fever. have more vaginal secretions
Diagnosed by symptoms and physical examination Intravaginal examination and laboratory examination Blood tests can help tell about infection. People in the onset of menopause should have a pregnancy test before starting treatment. Sometimes an ectopic pregnancy with Inflammation of the pelvic floor is similar.
Hurry up to heal before the infection spreads to other places. Your doctor will give you both parenteral and oral medications. Only antibiotics for severe infections should be hospitalized and administered intravenously. The sac that forms around the fallopian tubes and ovaries is treated by laparoscopic procedures.
Things to do
Antibiotics should be taken as recommended.
A partner should be included in the treatment. reduce infection
You should inform your doctor if your symptoms do not improve after treatment. 48 hours, such as high fever or increased pelvic pain
Tell your doctor if you are allergic to any medication.
Do not neglect the protection of wearing a condom.
Do not have sex until your doctor tells you that your symptoms have improved.