Women’s inflammatory diseases: why they need to be treated
Inflammatory processes make up more than 60% of gynecological diseases among women who seek medical assistance in women’s counseling. When inflammation of the reproductive system in women is often disturbed functions of other organs and systems of the body. Thus, inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs involve the whole organism in the pathological process. Frequently untreated or self-treated and ill-inflamed female illnesses cause infertility.
The most common female inflammatory diseases
Inflammatory diseases of the genital organs of a woman are divided not only depending on the causes of the disease, but also on the defeat of one or another body. Separation is rather conditional, because often many forms of diseases are combined with each other. However, you can highlight the following:
inflammation of the external genitalia (vulvitis)
inflammation of the external genital organs and the vaginal mucosa (vulvovaginitis)
inflammation of the vaginal mucosa (colpitis or vulvitis)
inflammation of the cervix and the cervix of the mucous membrane (cervicitis)
inflammation of the uterus (endometritis)
inflammation of the fallopian tubes (salpingitis)
Inflammation of the appendages of the uterus belongs to the most common diseases of the female genital system. It occurs when the infection spreads from the vagina, the uterus. This is most often the case with old-fashioned sex infections, complicated childbirths, and abortions. The inflammatory process of the appendages of the uterus is most often the cause of infertility in women.
Symptoms of inflammatory processes in the sexual sphere: what to do to a woman
Acute or aching pains in the abdomen which can be transmitted to the rectum, in the thigh, painful and abundant lunar, secretions from the genital tract, which often cause itching and irritation in the area of the external genitalia, pain during sex, etc. ., – so appear inflammatory diseases of the female genital system. The expressiveness of manifestations depends on the degree of inflammation, the prevalence of the process, the pathogen, the general state of the organism, in particular, immunity.
If you have such symptoms, then it would be wiser to seek help from a gynecologist. Treatment of inflammation of appendages and other gynecological diseases is carried out individually, taking into account the concomitant diseases, on the basis of the results of the conducted researches and laboratory tests. For complete recovery it is necessary to pass the whole complex of medical measures, which can be divided into several stages. A public register of medical institutions of Ukraine will help you to choose a clinic for the treatment of inflammatory diseases of the sexual system: if you choose the clinic yourself it is difficult, then you can apply for free help to our specialists.
Stages of treatment for inflammatory diseases of the reproductive system
At the first stage it is necessary to eliminate the cause of inflammation, that is, to influence the pathogenic microbes, which is chosen for drug therapy – antimicrobial (directly affect the pathogen), anti-inflammatory, immunostimulants (help the body cope with the symptoms of inflammation). After the first stage of treatment, inflammatory changes in the organs and tissues of the reproductive system still remain, and if you stop treatment, then the woman will periodically disturb the pain, unpleasant sensations during intimate intimacy, and decrease sex drive. In the future, hidden inflammation can be the cause of infertility, the development of cancer.
That is why it is very important to bring the treatment to the end and at the second stage to restore the health of the diseased organ. For this purpose, physiotherapy, acupuncture, other methods are used, which have high efficiency. At the third stage, sanatorium treatment is being offered, recommendations for lifestyle changes are given, for example, it is important to improve health through regular physical activity, proper work and rest, as well as prophylactic medication prescribed by a doctor.