The Right Action To Overcome The Narrowing Of The Cervix And Its Relation To Fertility?
Narrowing of the cervical canal can be treated even though there is a risk of action causing the cervical canal to narrow again. what actions doctors normally take. surgery or therapy? What if already treated, patients can get pregnant naturally? and if I have to do surgery when the patient is pregnant, can give birth normally?
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Cervical canal in the uterus is the channel that exists in the cervix (cervix). The cervix is the path between the vagina and the uterus. Narrow cervical can cause menstrual disorders such as not menstruation, menstrual pain (dysmenorrhea), or abnormal bleeding from the vagina. In addition, constriction of the cervix can cause infertility / infertility because sperm is difficult to pass through the cervix to fertilize an egg.
Narrowing of the cervical canal can be congenital or is the result of certain diseases, such as: a lump in the reproductive organs, a history of surgery on the cervix, infection of the reproductive organs, growth of scar tissue due to a history of infection in the reproductive tract, menopause, etc. Treatment of cervical constriction depends on the cause (for example, if there is an infection, the infection must be treated). In addition, dilation / dilation of the cervix can be done by placing a device called a dilator, a tool in the form of a rod that is inserted into the cervix. The doctor will start with the smallest size and continue until the larger size. Another therapeutic option is to use a cervical stent (a tube) that will remain in the cervix for 4-6 weeks. Apart from dilation therapy there is also surgical therapy.
The causes of a person having difficulty conceiving / infertile can vary, one of which is the narrowing of the cervix. If cervical dilation therapy is successful, then the likelihood of sperm to reach the egg is higher than before. If within 6 months after successful cervical dilation therapy has not successfully become pregnant, the doctor will look for other solutions to support fertility.
To give birth normally, there are many factors that determine it, such as the condition of the fetus (whether it is full months, position in the uterus, etc.), the condition of the placenta, amniotic fluid, to the health of the mother (are there any complicating factors such as preeclampsia, infection, etc.).
Talk to your obstetrician about cervical constriction and treatment options that are appropriate to the patient's condition.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.