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Pelvic Inflammatory- Symptoms and Treatment

Pelvic inflammatory ia a infectious disease which infects the female reproductive organs like fallopian tubes, or ovaries.It infects the lining of the uterus, the fallopian tubes, or ovaries..Infection of the upper genital tract in women may affect the female reproductive organs like uterus (womb), fallopian tubes, ovaries, and other organs related to reproduction.It can lead to infertility, tubal (ectopic) pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, abscesses (sores containing pus), and other serious problems.

Symptoms of Pelvic Inflammatory

The symptoms of Pelvic Inflammatory the following factors

  • abdominal pain either localized or generalized
  • fever (not always present)
  • may range from transient to constant
  • low grade to high chills
  • irregular menstrual bleeding or spotting
  • increased menstrual cramping
  • menstruation, absent or pain with urination
  • increased pain during ovulation
  • low-back or pain point tenderness
  • fatigue and frequent urination
  • lack of appetite
  • nausea, with or without vomiting

Causes of Pelvic Inflammatory

Causes of Pelvic Inflammatory disease are basically transmission infection. These diseases are carried in the semen and other body fluids of infected people. During contact, the germs spread to the woman's cervix. Bacteria may also enter the body after gynecological events or procedures such as IUD insertion, childbirth, spontaneous abortion , therapeutic or elective abortion, and endometrial biopsy.

Treatment of Pelvic Inflammatory

Treatment of Pelvic Inflammatory starts with properly diagnosis of the disease then following treatment may be prescribed:

  • Treatment may include antibiotics used to treat gonorrhea, chlamydia, streptococci and other gram-negative bacteria.
  • Aggressive treatment of PID is recommended for women with HIV who may be more likely to require surgical intervention.

Prevention tips

  • Anyway, barrier methods of contraception help reduce the risk.
  • In the event of neisseria or gonorrhoea or one of the transmitted diseases being involved your doctor is likely to want to put you in touch with a contact tracer. Tracing contacts is done professionally, very sensitively and with great discretion. It is necessary to prevent further unnecessary spread.


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