Pelvic Inflammatory diseases
Post by on Sunday, November 28, 2021
The infection of a woman's reproductive organs is known as PID. The uterus (womb), fallopian tubes, ovaries, and cervix are all reproductive organs. Many different types of bacteria can cause PID.
Because there are no indications or symptoms, most women are unaware that they have PID.
When symptoms appear, they might range from mild to severe.
Here some of the signs and symptoms:
Lower abdominal discomfort (this is the most common symptom)
Fever (temperature of 100.4°F or greater)
Vaginal discharge with a bad odour
Menstrual cycles that are irregular
upper abdominal pain with fever
Doctors frequently perform a physical exam to check for indications of PID.
Your doctor will give you antibiotics to treat PID. If some patients still have symptoms or if the abscess does not go away after treatment, they may need a surgical procedure.
Problems caused by PID, such as chronic pelvic pain and scarring, are often hard to treat. But sometimes they get better after surgery.
Most importantly preventive measures like practising safe intercourse, maintaining personal hygiene are key strategies in PID prevention.