Video: ❶ Inflammation Of The Appendages: How To Prevent Exacerbation
Inflammation of the appendages is a rather unpleasant ailment, which is accompanied by severe pain in the lower abdomen, aching pain in the lower back and general malaise. This disease, like any other, is easier to prevent than to cure later. Location: Location: Keep track of your condition. If you have severe lower abdominal pain or irregular menstrual periods, you should see your doctor. Do not self-medicate under any circumstances.
So that the appendages do not bother you, you should first take care of yourself. It is known that sexually transmitted infections are often to blame for inflammation of the appendages. Choose your sexual partner carefully and use barrier contraception.
Latent genital infections act like a time bomb. Bacteria, entering the body, lead to inflammation of the appendages. Not every woman knows about the presence of such an infection in her body. Therefore, check yourself: consult a gynecologist, get tested. If you have a latent genital infection, then undergo a course of treatment that will be prescribed by your attending gynecologist.
Have a smear for microflora and other infections at the clinic every six months.
Choose the right means of hormonal contraception in order to avoid unwanted pregnancy. surgical abortion increases the likelihood of infection. But if an unwanted pregnancy has come, and you firmly decided that you are not going to give birth, try to avoid the surgical method of termination of pregnancy, stop your choice on non-surgical intervention in the form of mini-abortions.
Follow the rules of personal hygiene. While taking a shower, wash the genitals "from front to back" so as not to bring in various infections from the intestines, which can lead to a disease such as colpitis.
Dress for the weather. Always keep your legs and lower back warm. From hypothermia, a weakened immune system lets infection into your body.
As strange as it sounds, eat right. Do not overload tea and coffee, give up spicy foods. Eat porridge daily for breakfast and don't forget about vegetables. Drink plenty of fluids.
Remember that advanced inflammation of the appendages and its delayed treatment can lead to infertility.