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PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease) refers to an infection of the reproductive organs in women. The uterus, cervix, ovaries, and fallopian tubes are included in the pelvis in the lower abdomen. According to an estimate of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this health condition is common and affects almost 1 million of the women in every year in the U.S. To prevent or cure this disease, you need to know what the causes are and what the symptoms are that may lead you towards a clear diagnosis. Euromed Clinic aims to provide you awareness regarding diseases and also the ways through which you can deal with any health condition successfully. Continuous reading to know more and read what our expert doctors say!

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Symptoms

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

You may have the symptoms but you cannot identify them because you don’t know about them. Well, this is dangerous. Following are some of the common symptoms of PID. You should know pelvic inflammatory disease symptoms and visit your doctor in the case of their onset. These include;

  • Feeling of pain in the upper abdomen
  • Feeling of pain in lower abdomen (most common)
  • Painful urination
  • The foul smell of vaginal discharge
  • Fever
  • Tiredness
  • Irregularity in bleeding

However, you may feel mild or moderate pain while suffering from this disease. In some cases, a woman may experience severe pain and some additional symptoms that include;

  • Fainting
  • Vomiting
  • High fever
  • Sharp pain in the abdomen

If you experience any of the above-mentioned symptoms and the severity is more then you should rush to your doctor. Even you may visit your near clinic in an emergency. In the case of high intensity of the symptoms, you may get the infection in your bloodstream or some other areas of your body. It may be the life-threating situation for you, so take care of it.

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Risk Factors For Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

If you are suffering from chlamydia or gonorrhea, the chances of getting PID increases. Also, there is the possibility to have the PID even if you don’t have any history of STI. Some other risk factors include;

  • Douching
  • Having intimate relationship without any safety
  • Having an intimate relationship with different individuals
  • Having intimate relationship when you are younger than 25 years
  • Already having a history of PID

Causes

Along with other information, you need to adhere to the causes of this disease. Knowing pelvic inflammatory disease causes will allow you to get rid of the disease by avoiding them.

Different kinds of bacteria may serve as the cause of PID, hence chlamydia and gonorrhea are the most common. Usually, these bacteria are released during the unprotected and unsafe practice of intimate relationship. Unlikely, bacteria may also enter your reproductive system anytime. It may occur after abortion, miscarriage, or childbirth. Initially, the bacteria enters into the vagina and cause an infection. Afterward, the infection can move into pelvic organs.

If the infection spreads into your blood, it can be dangerous to your health. Even it can be a life-threatening event for you. So, you need to know the facts and consult your doctor as soon as possible after the onset of any symptom.

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Ways to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease

Following are some of the preventive methods to deal with the disease. The risk can be lowered your risk of PID by;

  • Avoiding douches
  • Getting tested for STI
  • Keep yourself clean to avoid bacteria
  • Safe practice of making an intimate relationship

Final Thoughts

If you have some risks or symptoms that are driving you to think that you may be suffering from Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, then you should consult your doctor. After proper examination and taking some tests, he will provide you with a clear diagnosis of your health situation. On the basis of the diagnosis, he will further instruct you. Euromed Clinic has expert doctors who are dealing with their patients successfully. You may contact us anytime to discuss your problem.

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