Some time ago, I heard that if a patient with adenomyosis is pregnant and has an abortion, the serious thing is that it will hurt for a long time. Generally, healthy women finish painless abortions, they may feel a little uncomfortable today and tomorrow, and then they pass by.

But patients with adenomyosis are not. After the abortion, they can feel pain for ten or even twenty days, which is very severe. They can't take medicine or injections because there are adenomyosis lesions. The focus is stimulated in that place. Abortion itself is a stimulus to the uterus.

Therefore, it is suggested that painkillers can be used to reduce pain symptoms, but the active treatment of adenomyosis is still needed. Fuyan Pill is a good choice. It has the effect of promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. And it can eliminate dysmenorrhea, prolonged menstruation, excessive menstruation, and other symptoms of patients with adenomyosis. Moreover, it is a pure formula and will not cause harm to the body. On the contrary, it can also improve reproductive opportunities.

Generally speaking, no surgical treatment will be taken for this situation as a last resort. And hysterectomy can be carried out for women who have no fertility requirements.

Does adenomyosis have anything to do with abortion? Now I'll introduce it to you.

Causes of adenomyosis

Adenomyosis is mainly related to the gradual invasion and spread of endometrial glands into the myometrium. However, the exact cause of the disease is still unclear. Clinical studies preliminarily believe that there is an essential correlation between the occurrence of adenomyosis and the local increase of estrogen.

The increase in estrogen level leads to irregular changes in the cell cycle, affects the expression between the endometrium and myometrium interface, and leads to the continuous growth of endometriosis, which leads to endometriosis.

Induced abortion and adenomyosis

Clinical studies have found that the invasion of the uterus in gynecological-related operations can cause varying degrees of damage to the inner wall of the uterus and is prone to inflammation, resulting in local thinning of the uterine wall. Once the pressure in the uterine cavity increases, it is easy to promote the gradual diffusion and infiltration of endometrial glands to the myometrium and lead to adenomyosis.

Induced abortion is a direct invasive operation on the uterus. Once the process is not standardized and an aseptic procedure cannot be strictly carried out, it is easy to cause damage and inflammation to the inner wall of the uterus, creating conditions for the infiltration of endometrial glands into the myometrium.

At the same time, women are relatively more prone to adenomyosis due to the significant increase in estrogen levels during pregnancy. If artificial abortion is performed again in this case, it will increase the probability of adenomyosis or the potential risk of adenomyosis.
Even if it does not happen in a short time, due to potentially high pathogenic factors, the incidence rate of adenomyosis in the future will be higher than that of women without induced abortion.

Number of induced abortions

There is also a specific correlation between the number of induced abortions and the incidence of adenomyosis. Many patients have adenomyosis, some of whom have had an abortion.

Statistics also show that the probability of adenomyosis without a history of induced abortion is much lower than that with a history of abortion. The likelihood of adenomyosis caused by repeated abortion (2 or more times) is relatively higher. It can be said that the more abortions, the higher the incidence of adenomyosis.

Timing of induced abortion

Is there a big difference between early and late abortion? The difference is enormous. Early abortion after pregnancy can relatively reduce the incidence of adenomyosis. The longer the gestation, the deeper the wall of the gestational sac, and the more serious the internal damage to the uterus during an abortion. And even the need for forceps scraping when necessary will inevitably lead to the aggravation of the injury.

The probability of adenomyosis caused by abortion in less than six weeks of pregnancy is much lower than that in more than six weeks of pregnancy if abortion in more than eight weeks of pregnancy is relatively less ideal, which can be a very adverse factor to a certain extent.

Therefore, in theory, the greater the gestational week, the greater the damage to the inner wall of the uterus during an abortion. In contrast, women are also more likely to suffer from adenomyosis.

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