Inflammation Of The Uterus Due To Cocobasillus Bacteria?
mhn asked this week I did a pap smear with the results of inflammation of the uterus due to cocobacillus bacteria, how to do the correct treatment for this bacteria? As info after Pap smear I had menstruation again and it hasn’t stopped until today, just when Pap smear stopped menstruating because I was given medicine for it. After the drug stopped, I had menstruation again for almost a month.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Inflammation of the uterus in medical language is called endometritis, or inflammation of the endometrial lining of the uterus which is usually due to infection. This condition is harmless and not life-threatening, but it must be treated immediately. And as with other bacterial infections, the way to treat it is with antibiotics.
All you need to know is to get antibiotics you must have a doctor's prescription and after your doctor diagnoses you with the disease, you will be provided with a prescription for antibiotics. But if not, then you can return to your doctor or your gynecologist to ask for treatment.
As for irregular or non-stop menstruation, this can be caused by various factors, such as:
Thyroid hormone disorders Female hormone disorders Disorders of female organs such as the ovaries Abnormal uterine bleeding or dysfunctional uterine bleeding Stress, anxiety, lots of thoughts Fatigue, lack of sleep Excessive or underweight weight
Further tests that focus on finding the cause of menstrual abnormalities must be done to find out what treatment is best for you. Therefore, you should also consult about this problem with your gynecologist for supporting tests such as thyroid function tests and ultrasound to find out what triggers the disorder. Your treatment will be adjusted according to the findings of your doctor later.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly, increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables, drinking lots of water, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, and getting adequate rest. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa