Chances Of Getting Pregnant In Patients With Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

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29 year old woman. I have been married for 4 years and have not been blessed with children. I have never been pregnant or miscarried. I have PID. I’ve been hospitalized for 4 days. But until now I still often feel the symptoms are still there, especially if I don’t drink enough, before menstruation. HONESTLY WHEN I WAS HIGH SCHOOL I LIKED TO DRINK BELT WATER AND AND WASH THE VAGINA WITH. LIKES TO CONSUME JAMU DIGIAN PUTRI, DIGIAN SINGSET AND CLEAN BLOOD ROUTINELY. I NEVER HAVE SEX AND THANK GOD I AM MARRIED WITH A VIRGIN AND A WHOLE HYMEN. But why can I experience this, doctor? Is there still a chance that I can still have children?? Because I have felt this pain for 11 years and can only be treated now. Because I was afraid that this examination could damage my hymen. So I held it for 11 years??

1 Answer:

Good morning Mustika, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) or pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection of the female reproductive organs. This usually occurs when bacteria spread from the vagina to the uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries/ovarian. This condition often does not cause any symptoms, so the sufferer usually only finds out about his condition when he finds it difficult to get pregnant or experiences pelvic pain for a long time/chronic.

Many bacteria can cause PID, but the most common are gonorrhea and chlamydia and these conditions are more common in:

Sexually active women younger than 25 years Having more than one sexual partner or having one sexual partner who has more than one sexual partner Having sex without a condom Routine cleaning or washing the vagina with chemicals that actually kill good bacteria Have a history of PID or infection sexually transmitted

Among the complications of PID are:

Accumulation of pus in infected female organs Pregnancy outside the uterus Chronic pain Infertility

So in your case, as we have said, infertility itself is a complication of PID. But that doesn't mean your current condition is definitely sterile, it's possible that you probably haven't been blessed with children yet. Therefore our advice, first check your fertility and husband. You can check it through a gynecologist. You can read our article by clicking on the following link to the article on Fertility Tests.

If it has been confirmed that you and your husband are not infertile, it means that your problem is only probability. What you can do next is to increase your probability or chances of getting pregnant by doing the ways that you can read by clicking on the following link to our articles on How to Get Pregnant Fast and Planning a Pregnancy. I hope you and your family are always healthy.

That's all, hope it helps.

dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa

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