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Vaginal Discharge, Uterine Inflammation

Saturday, April 3rd, 2021

Vaginal Discharge and Inflammations

Vaginal Inflammation, Uterine Inflammation
!It's highly recommended to consult a doctor for diagnosis beforehand! Better cooperate with a doctor for treatment as well!


      Vaginal Discharge:

  • Any change in the normal balance of bacteria in the vagina can affect the odor, color, or consistency of the discharge.
  • Fever
  • Abdominal pain
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Tiredness
  • Frequent urination

     Uterine Inflammation:

  • Pain in the lower abdomen and groin may be a sign of uterine inflammation. Pain can be experienced sometimes mild and sometimes severe.
  • Foul-smelling vaginal discharge is among the symptoms of uterine inflammation.
  • Bleeding after sexual intercourse or sexual intercourse, non-menstrual bleeding are among the symptoms of uterine inflammation.
  • Pain during sexual intercourse can be a sign of different ailments as well as a symptom of uterine inflammation.
  • High fever or vomiting are among the symptoms of uterine inflammation.
  • Painful, frequent or difficult urination can sometimes be a symptom of uterine inflammation.
  • Although rare, complaints such as constipation and abdominal bloating may be signs of uterine inflammation.

Vaginal Discharge:

  • Abnormal vaginal discharge is usually caused by an infection.
  • Use of antibiotics or steroids
  • Bacterial vaginosis: a bacterial infection that is more common in pregnant women or women with multiple sexual partners
  • Contraceptive pills
  • Cervical cancer
  • Chlamydia or gonorrhea
  • Diabetes
  • Use of bubble bath, scented soap and lotion
  • Post-operative pelvic infection
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  • Trichomonas infection
  • Vaginal atrophy: Thinning and drying of vaginal walls during menopause
  • Vaginitis: Irritation in or around the vagina
  • Yeast infections

Uterine Inflammation:

  • Sexually transmitted infection caused by gonorrhea bacteria known as gonorrhea is the most common cause of uterine inflammation.
  • Another sexually transmitted infection, Klimidya infection, is among the causes of uterine inflammation.
  • Although the cause of uterine inflammation is mostly sexually transmitted diseases, sometimes conditions such as miscarriage, abortion, menstrual period, disruption of the normal barrier that forms the cervix can also cause uterine inflammation.
  • Rarely, it may be the cause of uterine inflammation in devices used for intrauterine surgery or imaging inside the uterus.
  • Tuberculosis
  • An excessively fatty nutritional habit

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