Treatment Of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?
what is the cure for adnexitis
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Adnexitis is an inflammatory condition that occurs in the adnexa tissue. While the adnexa itself is a supporting network that is located on the left and right side that is attached to the uterus, including the fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes) and ovaries (ovaries). Adnexitis is better known in medicine as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), which is pelvic inflammatory disease. Adnexitis can be caused by the following factors:
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as gonorrhea or chlamydia, where the spread of infection occurs during sexual intercourse from the birth canal to the adnexa Insertion of less sterile IUD contraceptives (spiral KB) Have a history of miscarriage or abortion Spread of infection from other places to the adnexa which then spreads to the entire pelvis Not / not paying attention to the cleanliness of the intimate organs Some of the complaints that are often found in adnexitis include:
Fever (chills) Lower abdominal tenderness (uterus and adnexa) and pelvic pain Increased levels of leukocytes (white blood cells) and sedimentation rate (ESR) Leucorrhoea Lumbago Irregular menstruation Treatment of adnexitis is based on the severity of the disease and the patient's condition. However, in general, the treatment given is in the form of antibiotics which can be in the form of tablets, injection or intravenously if the patient must be hospitalized. If pus (abscess) occurs in the adnexa that does not improve with medication, the doctor will perform an operation to remove the pus. Adnexitis treatment must be carried out thoroughly and thoroughly, so as not to cause complications in the future such as:
Adhesions of the fallopian tubes Fertility problems (infertility) Prolonged pelvic pain Ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb) If you experience the above symptoms, you should consult your doctor directly so that you can do a physical examination or other supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine tests or ultrasound and also the most precise handling that is carried out to completion. May be useful. Best regards, Dr. Shirly