What to do with chronic endometritis?

The article was consulted professionally by Master, Dr. Tran Lam Khoa – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Central Park International Health Hub.

Chronic endometritis is an inflammation that is not too dangerous but otherwise early examination and treatment will greatly affect fertility later.

1. What is chronic endometritis?

The endo willea is a soft, porous mucous membrane on the inside of the uterus, which is the place to receive eggs after fertilization and nourish them to develop into a fetus. If the eggs do not ovulate, endometrial tissues will be destroyed and thrown out, forming the menstrual cycle.

Endometritis is inflammation of the inner inner layer of the uterus, it can appear in an acute or chronic form.

2. Symptoms of chronic endometritis

Patients with endometritis usually have the following symptoms:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Abnormal vaginal bleeding
  • Abnormal vaginal translation
  • fever
  • Pain in the lower abdomen, pelvic or rectal area.

What to do with chronic endometritis?

Long-term constipation is one of the symptoms of chronic endometritis

3. Causes of Chronic Endometritis

Endometritis is usually caused by infection. Possible causes of endometritis include:

  • Sexually transmitted infections, such as Chlamydia and gonorrhea
  • tuberculosis
  • Bacterial infections. Usually, in the vagina there will be a carpet of resident bacteria. Endometritis can be caused when the amount of this natural bacteria changes after certain conditions.

You are at risk of endometritis caused by an infection after a miscarriage or after childbirth, especially after long labor or cesarean section. You are also more likely to suffer from endometritis after a procedure involving the uterus through the cervical. Medical procedures that may increase the risk of developing endometritis include:

  • Endoscopy of the uterus chamber
  • Placing of inservical instruments
  • Suction of the uterus

4. Diagnosis of chronic endometritis

To diagnose endometritis the doctor will conduct a physical examination and a gynecologic examination. They will look at your abdomen, uterus and cervical for signs of pain and secreted. Besides, you may be asked to perform the following tests:

  • Sampling or culture from the cervical to check for bacteria that can cause infections, such as chlamydia and gonorrhea (bacteria that cause gonorrhea)
  • Take a small amount of tissue from the lining of the uterus for examination, called endometrial bios
  • Endoscopy
  • White blood staining
  • Blood tests can also be performed to measure your white blood cells (WBC) and blood rate (ESR). Endometritis will cause an increase in both your WBC and ESR numbers.

What to do with chronic endometritis?

Endoscopy is the fastest way to diagnose chronic endometritis

5. Complications of chronic endometritis

You may experience complications if the infection is not treated early. Possible complications include:

  • Infertility
  • Pelvic peritonitis
  • Pelvic, uterus
  • Septicaemia
  • Septic shock, this is a life-threatening emergency.

6. Treatment of endometritis

Endometritis can be treated with antibiotics. Your sexual friend may also need treatment if your doctor discovers that you have a sexually infectious infection. Serious or complex cases may require intravenous (IV) infusion and hospital rest.

You should immediately go to the doctor if you experience symptoms of endometritis. It is important to treat early to prevent any serious complications from ariseing.

7. Prevention of endometritis

You can reduce the risk of endometritis from childbirth or when performing other gynecological procedures by performing in reputable medical facilities, ensuring your doctor uses eptic devices and techniques during childbirth or surgery. Your doctor will also most likely prescribe antibiotics to you as a precaution during cesarean section or just before surgery begins.

You can help reduce the risk of endometritis caused by sexually transmitted infections by:

  • Safe sexual practice, such as using condoms during sex
  • Check periodically and make an early diagnosis if a sexually transmitted infection is suspected, in both you and your sexual

What to do with chronic endometritis?

Early examination for the prevention and timely treatment of endometritis

In summary, the prod prod pron pronence for patients with endometritis and timely treatment is generally very good. Endometritis usually responds to antibiotics without further problems. However, problems with reproduction and severe infection can occur if the condition is not treated. Potentially dangerous complications include infertility or septic shock.

Currently, Share99 International Health Hub has a basic gynecologic examination and screening package,with a team of doctors and doctors who are leading experts, high professional qualifications, dedication and dedication for the benefit of patients will help women soon detect gynecologic diseases and have timely treatment directions, avoiding affecting fertility later.

To register for examination and treatment at Share99 International Health Hub, you can contact Share99 Health System nationwide, or register for an online examination.

Master, Dr. Tran Lam Khoa is trained and has worked specializing in fetal medicine and pre-reproduction diagnosis at Necker Health Hub – Pre-maternity Diagnostic Center – The largest fetal intervention and treatment center in France. It is also home to difficult and complex diseases with the world's leading professors of fetal medicine and fetal intervention. Currently, Dr. Khoa is working at Share99 Central Park International Health Hub, the doctor will directly diagnose, treat and intervene the fetus to bring healthy babies and bring happiness to parents in the future.

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