The uterus, which represents the "pillar" of women, is connected with fallopian tubes and ovaries and checks and balances the vagina. In addition to playing a role in pregnancy, few people pay attention to the health of the uterus. If you don't care, it is estimated that it is the most painful day of each month to remember its existence.

Those gynecological symptoms that you ignore are likely to be your uterus asking for help.

1. Quantitative change and prolonged menstrual period

If your periods always refuse to go, or your menstrual volume increases (> 80ml), it is likely that uterine fibroids are causing trouble. When the leiomyoma increases, you can even touch a large mass in the abdomen. The compression symptoms caused by enlarged myoma are also unbearable. If constipation and frequent urination co-occur, please see a doctor as soon as possible.

2. Have no periods for many years but suddenly came again

Mothers who have been postmenopausal for many years are not "Eighteen again" if they suddenly bleed. Middle-aged and older adults are often the high incidence group of endometrial cancer. If you find your mother bleeding again after menopause, please take her to the hospital as soon as possible.

3. Be alert to bleeding after sex

If vaginal bleeding is manifested as contact bleeding after each sex life, women should consider cervical cancer—the biggest villain of gynecological malignancies. The age of cervical cancer is becoming younger and younger. It can be accompanied by white or bloody vaginal discharge with a fishy smell and contact bleeding.

Once the above symptoms appear, be sure to seek medical treatment in time, especially for those girls who have had a "high-risk" sex life. Although the cervix is small, you have to die without mercy.

4. Ubiquitous polyps

Nasal polyps, intestinal polyps, and polyps may appear everywhere in the body. The uterus is the same. Endometrial polyps should be considered when menstruation is excessive and the menstrual period is prolonged.

High secretion of estrogen, long-term gynecological inflammatory stimulation, and "three high" diseases are all high-risk factors. Follow-up can be observed for asymptomatic patients with a diameter less than 1 cm. If menstruation changes, it is recommended to remove endometrial polyps under hysteroscopy as soon as possible.

If the pain is unbearable every month, it may not be just a simple "dysmenorrhea" but a disease signal.

1. Runaway endometrium

Whether each period always makes you unhappy, and even the pain will radiate to your anus and thigh? Does every sex life also aggravate the pain? At this time, don't believe the nonsense of "pain and happiness." Pregnancy fails, and dysmenorrhea is getting worse and may be related to endometriosis.

Ectopic endometrium is like a time bomb. It hurts wherever you go. Buried in both ovaries is a chocolate cyst, which shows pain in the lower abdomen on the left or right.

In addition to the above symptoms, if there is uterine enlargement, it is necessary to consider the brother of endometriosis, adenomyosis. At present, drug treatment is the first choice. The safer and more effective option is the Fuyan Pill. But when the effect of drug treatment is poor, surgery is the only effective method.

2. Annoying inflammation

For the common gynecological inflammatory diseases - pelvic inflammatory diseases (including endometritis as we know it), the common symptoms are lower abdominal pain, increased vaginal secretions, chills, high fever, and other systemic symptoms.

Generally common in sexually active women, especially newly married couples, they must pay attention to "acting according to our ability." In addition, paying attention to personal hygiene and self-care is also a suitable prevention method.

If your belly is secretly getting bigger, and my aunt still comes on time, after excluding the "happy fat," be careful that the following diseases come to the door:

1. Hysteromyoma

Suppose the uterus is evenly enlarged, and even a small lump can be felt in the abdomen, and procrastination during menstrual visits, combined with the long-lasting compression symptoms. In that case, it is likely to be uterine fibroids. Please move to the hospital for further confirmation.

2. Adenomyosis

The roundness of the abdomen does not exceed the size of the pregnant uterus for three months, and the feel is hard. If couples have sex for many years and still fail, with a long history of dysmenorrhea, see a doctor as soon as possible. It may be caused by adenomyosis.

The above symptoms are common manifestations of gynecological diseases. In life, women's cognition of gynecological problems is often confined to various vaginitis and cervical-related infections, and few people pay attention to the health of the uterus.

Here is a reminder to most women that those seemingly "normal" symptoms may be distress signals from the uterus.

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