Pelvic inflammatory disease refers to the female pelvic reproductive organs, the connective tissue around the uterus and pelvic peritoneum inflammation. There are many causes of pelvic inflammatory disease, and a sedentary position may also lead to pelvic inflammatory disease.

In real life, not all women will suffer from pelvic inflammatory disease. The incidence is only a few. It is because the female reproductive system has a natural defense function. Under normal circumstances, it can resist the invasion of bacteria. Only when the body's resistance decreases, or when the natural defense function of women is destroyed due to other reasons, the pelvic inflammatory disease will occur.

If you sit for a long time and do little activity, some disadvantages will appear over time, such as pelvic inflammatory disease. Some office workers will then lead to slow blood circulation and pelvic venous reflux blocked because of a long time sitting and lack of exercise. Excessive blood stasis can also cause acute pelvic inflammatory disease.

Hundreds of millions of cells in the human body rely on blood circulation to complete their metabolic function. Sitting for a long time can easily cause muscle pain, stiffness, atrophy, and even loss of strength. Sedentary person, the blood circulation slows down, causes the body internal vein backflow to be obstructed, the anal rectum vein easy to appear the expansion.

Blood stasis will lead to varicose veins, and people may suffer from hemorrhoids, anal pain, bleeding and even bloody stool. In the long run, it will lead to anemia. For women, sedentary posture can also lead to pelvic inflammation, appendicitis and other gynecological diseases due to blocked pelvic venous return and excessive blood stasis.

The typical pelvic inflammatory disease symptoms are lumbosacral pain or lower abdominal pain, overwork or premenstrual aggravation, menstrual disorder, heavy menstrual bleeding, dysmenorrhea, etc. If not treated in time, women's health will be affected, such as ovarian function, infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and so on. So women should avoid a sedentary position in daily life.

If the pelvic inflammatory disease has been diagnosed, active treatment is needed. Antibiotics are the primary treatment of acute pelvic inflammatory disease, including intravenous infusion, intramuscular injection or oral administration.

Because the pathogens of pelvic inflammatory disease are mostly Neisseria gonorrhoeae, chlamydia, and mixed infection of aerobic bacteria and anaerobic bacteria, the selection of antibiotics should cover the above pathogens broad-spectrum antibiotics and combined drugs. Pay attention to adequate treatment.

Due to long-term inflammatory stimulation, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is easy to create organ adhesion. Antibiotics are not easy to enter. Therefore, antibiotics' curative effect is not good, and traditional Chinese medicine treatment can highlight its advantages. At present, many patients with chronic pelvic inflammatory disease are mainly treated with traditional Chinese medicine, such as Fuyan Pill.

It adheres to the characteristics of the holistic treatment of traditional Chinese medicine, can treat the lesion site, and inhibit the further spread of inflammation. In addition, it can also treat inflammation and other parts of the infection. Its role is to act on the entire tissue system.

At the same time, patients can take physical therapy. Warm and benign stimulation can promote local pelvic blood circulation, improve tissue nutritional status, improve metabolism, so as to facilitate absorption and regression of inflammation. Typical therapies are a short wave, ultrashort wave, ion penetration (can add various drugs such as penicillin, streptomycin, etc.), wax therapy.

Warm tips:

In daily life, women should know more about the prevention of pelvic inflammatory disease. In case of suspected symptoms, seek medical advice in time, find out the cause, and take the correct treatment. At the same time, maintain healthy living habits and an optimistic attitude, strive for early recovery.

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