The emergence of vulvitis has caused great distress to many women, and its impact is also very serious. Especially, the causes of simple vulvitis should be clarified, and reasonable dietary habits should also be noted during treatment.
Etiology of simple vulvitis
1. Postpartum resistance decreases, and pathogens infect the reproductive tract, spreading to the fallopian tubes and ovaries, causing inflammation of the entire pelvis.
2. Mixed infection: multiple stimuli often cause mixed infection, and the pathogens are usually staphylococcus, streptococcus, and Escherichia coli.
3. Inflammation of adjacent organs in the pelvic or fallopian tubes, such as appendicitis, can directly spread to cause tubal oophoritis and pelvic peritonitis. Inflammation generally occurs in adjacent fallopian tubes and ovaries.
4. Vaginal secretion stimulation: When there is an increase in vaginal secretion or stimulation of menstrual blood or menstrual pads, especially in cases of cervicitis and various vaginitis, the secretion increases and flows into the external genitalia, leading to varying degrees of vulvitis.
5. Not paying attention to hygiene on physiological days, rooms on physiological days, unclean rooms, etc.
6. When infections in other parts of the body are not treated in a timely manner, pathogenic bacteria can spread through the bloodstream to cause salpingoovarianitis, which is more common in tuberculosis diseases.
7. Uterine cavity operations that are not strictly disinfected, such as aspiration surgery, hysterosalpingography, cervical tube treatment, and infections caused by poorly disinfected obstetric surgeries.
8. At the same time as the widespread use of intrauterine devices, it is caused by patients not paying attention to personal hygiene or lax surgical procedures.
9. Other stimulating factors such as direct stimulation of diabetes in patients with diabetes, diarrhea in patients with fecal fistula whose urine is often soaked for a long time, intestinal octopus stimulated by feces in rare cases, etc.
Diagnosis of simple vulvitis
1. Detailed inquiry about medical history, amount of secretions, characteristics, and any special factors. Note whether the elderly have a history of diabetes, and whether the young have octopuses. Pay attention to understanding the patient's hygiene habits.
2. Check for special infections in secretions, such as mold, trichomonas, amoeba, etc.
3. If necessary, check for urine sugar and fecal eggs.
What to eat for simple vulvitis
1. Eat more foods rich in protein and carbohydrates. For example, milk, soybean milk, eggs, meat, etc.
2. Drink more water and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. Such as apples, pears, bananas, strawberries, kiwifruit, cabbage, vegetables, rapeseed, mushrooms, seaweed, seaweed, etc.