What types of exercise can cause gynecological diseases? Moderate exercise can improve the body's immune system, but women should pay special attention to exercise. So what types of exercise can lead to gynecological diseases?
Many women believe that exercise is the healthiest way to lose weight, so they work hard to exercise. Don't they know that excessive exercise is particularly harmful to women's health and can cause gynecological diseases?
If you are not careful during activities and the external genitalia collides with bicycle pads, beams, or other hard objects, it is easy to cause external genitalia hematoma, serious damage to the urethra, vagina, and even the pelvic cavity. This should be of special attention to young girls, as they often overlook the protection of their bodies during exercise.
What diseases can improper exercise cause?
Some female friends enjoy exercising, but they are unaware that improper exercise can trigger gynecological diseases. Let experts introduce the diseases caused by improper exercise in women:
1. Ovarian rupture
Intense activities, weightlifting, abdominal compression, collisions, etc. can all lead to ovarian rupture, lower abdominal pain, and even affect the entire abdomen. Ovarian rupture usually occurs on the 10th to 18th day of the menstrual cycle, with 80% of the corpus luteum or corpus luteum cysts ruptured and blood present through abdominal puncture.
Intense exercise during menstruation can cause menstrual blood to flow back from the uterine cavity to the pelvic cavity, and endometrial debris that flows with menstrual blood can be planted on the ovaries to form cysts. After suffering from endometriosis, patients often experience gradually worsening dysmenorrhea, often leading to infertility
3. Uterine prolapse
Women engaging in overload exercise, especially weightlifting and other training, can increase abdominal pressure, causing temporary uterine decline, but will not experience uterine prolapse. If prolonged overload exercise occurs, uterine prolapse can occur. Someone tested that when a woman with a normal uterine position had a load of 20kg, there was no significant change in the cervical position; When the load is 40kg, the cervix moves significantly downwards.
4. Abnormal menstruation
Foreign experts have surveyed girls who engage in a large amount of physical activity, with a significant proportion experiencing menstrual abnormalities, mainly manifested as delayed menarche, irregular cycles, secondary amenorrhea, etc. The older the age of premature ejaculation. The main reason is that vigorous exercise can inhibit hypothalamic function, leading to abnormal endocrine system function and affecting sexual hormones in the body
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