Management Of Uterine Tract Infections?
At noon my wife has a uterine infection .. how to deal with it huh?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Infection in the uterine canal is a term that can actually mean many conditions, because the channel associated with the uterus consists of many parts, there is the cervix or cervix, vagina, and the channel to the ovaries. So that your wife is experiencing can actually be specified again, be for example vaginitis, cervicitis, or others.
The triggers for the infection also vary, some are due to sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, use of contraception, a history of surgery, and miscarriage. Therefore, how to handle it also varies. Our advice, check your wife at the obstetrician to be examined further about his condition now and determined, what diagnosis best represents his condition, and what treatment is best for him. Obstetricians will do a history, physical examination may be done by examining the inside, and maybe also support such as laboratory examinations and ultrasound. This is important, because the treatment given in this condition usually does not use over-the-counter medicines, and must be under a doctor's supervision.
Meanwhile, avoid sexual intercourse first, tell your wife to avoid using tight pants and underpants, clean the vagina from front to back after urinating, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.