How to Relieve Abdominal Pain Caused by Pelvic Inflammation?

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a relatively common gynecological disease, and abdominal pain becomes a typical symptom after the occurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease. There are many aspects that patients with pelvic inflammatory disease need to pay attention to in their daily life, otherwise it may lead to further aggravation of the condition and even have a serious impact on normal reproductive function. Then, what ways can be used to relieve the abdominal pain symptoms caused by pelvic inflammatory disease?

Firstly, avoid sexual activity during sensitive periods. There is bleeding in the vagina during menstruation, after abortion, and after gynecological surgeries such as ring insertion and removal. During these periods, sexual activity, swimming, bathing, and sauna baths must be prohibited. Sanitary napkins should be changed frequently because the body's resistance is reduced at this time, and pathogenic bacteria are easy to invade and cause infection.

Secondly, always pay attention to personal hygiene and eliminate various infection routes. Keep the perineum clean and dry, wash the external genitalia with water every night, and use a dedicated basin. Do not use hands to wash inside the vagina, nor use hot water, soap, etc. to wash the external genitalia. In addition, when suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease, there is a large amount of leucorrhea with a sticky consistency, so underwear should be changed frequently, and tight, chemical fiber underwear should not be worn.

Thirdly, pay attention to self-examination and early detection and treatment. Observe the amount, quality, color, and odor of leucorrhea. If there is a large amount of leucorrhea with a yellow, sticky, and foul-smelling consistency, it indicates a severe condition. If the leucorrhea changes from yellow to white (or light yellow), the amount decreases, and the odor becomes normal (slightly sour), it indicates that the condition has improved. When pelvic inflammatory disease occurs, it is important to have a correct mindset towards it. Acute pelvic inflammatory disease may cause severe abdominal pain and nausea, so it is advisable to remember the tips mentioned above and use them to alleviate symptoms when there is no time to go to the hospital. More importantly, everyone should understand the harms of pelvic inflammatory disease and take daily precautions to stay away from this disease.