Pelvic disc inflammation is a gynecological disease that women often suffer from. The name of pelvic disc inflammation may not be known, but symptoms such as abdominal pain, increased vaginal discharge, and pain during sexual intercourse are more familiar. However, these symptoms also have other gynecological diseases, how to distinguish them? What symptoms can be preliminarily diagnosed as pelvic inflammatory disease?
Frequent abdominal pain or dysmenorrhea, need to be vigilant for pelvic inflammatory disease
The typical symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease are abdominal pain, increased vaginal discharge, increased abdominal pain or pain after activity, and increased pain after sexual intercourse. In severe cases, there may be fever and other gastrointestinal and urinary tract symptoms. However, gastroenteritis and ectopic pregnancy also have these symptoms, so it is best for women to go to the hospital for gynecological examination and diagnosis.
Is pelvic effusion pelvic inflammatory disease? A small amount of pelvic fluid accumulation is not equivalent to pelvic inflammatory disease. There is also a certain amount of pelvic fluid accumulation in the ordinary human body. It is normal for pelvic fluid to be less than 1 centimeter, but if there is a large amount of pelvic fluid accumulation, it is necessary to go to the hospital for a detailed examination. Not only pelvic inflammatory disease, but other diseases also have the possibility of fluid accumulation.
Prevention of osteodiscitis starts with daily cleaning and hygiene
There are bad habits in life that can easily cause pelvic inflammatory disease. Firstly, unhealthy sexual activity, such as premature sexual activity (under 16 years old), frequent sexual activity, excessive sexual partners, or sexual partners with sexually transmitted diseases, can easily cause pelvic inflammatory disease. The second is not paying attention to bad hygiene habits such as external genital cleanliness and daily sexual intercourse.
Therefore, if women want to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease, they must start from these aspects:
1. Pay attention to sexual hygiene and avoid menstrual intercourse
2. Actively treating genital infections such as vaginitis can reduce the recurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease.
In addition, postpartum resistance of postpartum women decreases, and lochia appears, which has a high possibility of causing pelvic inflammatory disease. At this point, the postpartum woman must maintain a good mood, pay attention to nutritional balance, rest fully, keep the external genitalia clean and hygienic, and replace the paper pad, which may reduce the occurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease.