The emergence of gynecological inflammation has brought special troubles to many women, affecting the normal life and health of patients, and directly affecting women preparing to conceive.
Is it possible to conceive with gynecological inflammation
It is recommended to plan pregnancy after treatment for gynecological inflammation. Common gynecological inflammation can lead to an increase in vaginal secretions, which in turn affects the penetration ability of sperm, preventing them from meeting the egg normally and reducing the probability of conception. If inflammation is not treated in a timely manner before pregnancy, due to the accelerated metabolism of the human body after pregnancy, it may directly exacerbate inflammation and bring some complications, leading to damage to the immune function and endocrine system of pregnant women. Causing intrauterine infections, birth canal infections, and other adverse effects on the fetus may lead to more serious outcomes such as miscarriage, premature birth, congenital developmental abnormalities, and intellectual decline.
Most vaginitis is easy to cure, and after treatment, plan pregnancy, especially for women with increased vaginal secretions caused by genital mycoplasma and chlamydia infections. But for persistent carriers of Mycoplasma, pregnancy can also be relaxed. HPV is a human papillomavirus, and its infection is currently believed to be related to the occurrence of cervical cancer. But it does not mean that people infected with HPV will definitely suffer from cervical cancer. Transient infections in young women can mostly be cleared by themselves, and persistent infections should be taken seriously. If a woman preparing to conceive is positive, it is recommended to undergo cervical liquid based cytology (TCT) examination. If it is positive, a colposcopy should be performed to rule out cervical lesions and appropriately delay pregnancy. If negative, pregnancy can be normal and HPV can be tested after 6 months.
The harm of gynecological inflammation
1. Impact on women's quality of life: Gynecological inflammation brings various discomfort to patients, such as itching of the external genitalia, abnormal vaginal discharge, irregular menstruation, abdominal pain, etc., which brings many inconveniences to women's daily life and work, as well as discomfort in marital life
2. Inducing other lesions: If gynecological inflammation is not treated promptly and correctly, as its condition progresses, it can also easily induce other lesions, such as uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, breast diseases, cervical cancer, etc., bringing greater harm to women's health.
3. Infertility: If gynecological inflammation is not treated in time, it may affect the upward movement of sperm, hinder the combination of sperm and eggs, or hinder the implantation and development of zygote, or lead to anovulation, which may easily lead to female infertility.