Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Pelvic inflammatory disease facts*
*Pelvic inflammatory facts by Phytomedical author: Motanya O Innocent
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection and inflammation of a woman's pelvic organs including the uterus (womb), Fallopian tubes (tubes), ovaries, and cervix.
PID is very common and is estimated to affect around 1 million women every year in the AFRICA.
Pelvic inflammatory disease usually develops as the result of spread of asexually-transmitted disease (STD).
Most cases of pelvic inflammatory disease are caused by gonorrhea and/or Chlamydia, although several different types of bacteria can be responsible.
Young, sexually active women with multiple sex partners are at greatest risk for pelvic inflammatory disease.
Douching and a history of PID are other risk factors.
Pelvic inflammatory disease many not produce any symptoms or signs (referred to as being asymptomatic).
In other cases it can cause
abdominal or pelvic pain,
painful urination, or
painful sexual intercourse.
The treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease involves
THE USE OF PIDCARE AND FEMALE CLEANSER
directed against the organisms responsible for the disease.
Complications of untreated pelvic inflammatory disease can include scarring of the pelvic organs and INFERTILITY.
Pelvic inflammatory disease can be life-threatening in severe cases.
What causes pelvic inflammatory disease?
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of a woman's reproductive organs.
Usually PID is caused by bacteria from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Sometimes PID is caused by normal bacteria found in the vagina.
If left untreated, PID can cause problems getting pregnant, problems during pregnancy, and long-term pelvic pain.
How common is pelvic inflammatory disease?
Each year in the AFRICA, more than 1 million women have an episode of PID.
More than 100,000 women become infertile each year because of PID.
Also, many ectopic pregnancies that occur are due to problems from PID.
Are some women more likely to get pelvic inflammatory disease?
PID affects about 5 percent of women in the Africa.
Your risk for PID is higher if you:
>Have had an STI
>Have had PID before
>Are younger than 25 and have sex.
PID is most common in women 15 to 24 years old.
>Have more than one sex partner or have a partner who has multiple sexual partners
>Douche. Douching can push bacteria into the reproductive organs and cause PID.
Douching can also hide the signs of PID to women who Recently had an intrauterine device (IUD) inserted.
The risk of PID is higher for the first few weeks only after insertion of an IUD. PID is rare after that time period. Getting tested for STIs before the IUD is inserted lowers your risk for PID
What are the signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease?
Many women do not know they have PID, because they do not have any signs or symptoms. When symptoms do happen, they can be mild or more serious.
Signs and symptoms include:
Pain in the lower abdomen (this is the most common symptom)
Fever (100.4 F or higher)
Vaginal discharge that may smell foul
Pain in the upper right abdomen
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What is the treatment for pelvic inflammatory disease?
When you contact us,we give you PIDCARE AND FEMALE CLEANSER to treat PID.
THE TWO PRODUCTS are used that work against many different types of bacteria. You must take all of your PRODUCTS WE GIVE, even if your symptoms go away.
This helps to make sure the infection is fully cured.
YOU MAY HAVE TO BUY 2 PACKS EACH
What should I do if I think I have an STI (sexually transmitted disease)
If you think you may have an STI, contact us right away.
You may feel scared or shy about asking for information or help. Keep in mind, the sooner you seek treatment, the less likely the STI will cause you severe harm.
And the sooner you tell your sex partner(s) that you have an STI, the less likely they are to infect you again or spread the disease to others
How can I keep myself from getting PID?
You may not be able to prevent PID.
It is not always caused by an STI.
Sometimes, normal bacteria in your vagina can travel up to your reproductive organs and cause PID.
But you can lower your risk of PID by not douching.
You can also prevent STIs by not having vaginal, oral, or anal sex. If you do have sex, lower your risk of getting an STI with the following steps:
Use female cleanser to wash tge sexual organ before and after sexual intercourse
Condoms are the best way to prevent STIs when you have sex. Because a man does not need to ejaculate (come) to give or get STIs, make sure to put the condom on before the penis touches the vagina, mouth, or anus.
Other methods of birth control, such as birth control pills, shots, implants, or diaphragms, will not protect you from STIs.
Get tested. Be sure you and your partner are tested for STIs. Talk to each other about the test results before you have sex.
Be monogamous. Having sex with just one partner can lower your risk for STIs.
After being tested for STIs, be faithful to each other.
That means that you have sex only with each other and no one else.
Limit your number of sex partners.
Your risk ofgetting STIs goes up with the number of partners you have.
Do not douche. Douching removes some of the normal bacteria in the vagina that protect you from infection.
Douching may also raise your risk for PID by helping bacteria travel to other areas, like your uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.
Do not abuse alcohol or drugs. Drinking too much alcohol or using drugs increases risky behavior.
Function & Indications:
Improving Blood circulation, dispersing blood stasis, softening the hardened or blocked part of the body, antipyretic & detoxification. Used for chronic pelvic infection, bacteroidal vaginitis, and blood stasis combined with wetness, heat
evil. Effective for the white, odor, abnormal discharge and abdomen pain caused by vaginitis.
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Administration & dosage: Oral use only. 3 tabs one time, 2 times daily.
Female Cleanser---Vaginal Infection & Skin Health Guard
Female Cleanser is processed from selected herbal ingredients with advanced modern technology. It is an ideal solution for female genital hygiene. Its super gentle formula can quickly relieve discharge associated with genital diseases. The specially designed irrigator will help cleanse completely and effectively from inside to outside with the unique jet douche in such a convenience. It is advisable to use Female Cleanser everyday as a routine cleansing for a perfect hygienic protection.
Active Ingredients: Densefruit Pittany Root, Lightyellow Sophora Root, Atractylodes Rhizome, Amur Cork-tree Pricklyash Peel, Clove Common Cnidium Fruit
Function & Indications:
1. Daily Care: Used for bath. It can prevent skin disease, cutaneous
pruritus and also clear up pimples. It can also effectively prevent STDs,
such as condyloma acuminate and non-gonococcal urethritis, etc. to wash
the sexual organs before or after sexual intercourse.
2. Skin Disease: Eczema, dermatitis, tinea, herpes simplex & zoster.
3. Gynecology: Vulvitis, colpitis, chronic cervicitis & prenatal vaginitis.
Administration & Usage:
1. Vulvitis & Vaginitis: wash the vulva and vagina with 10% solution,
1 or 2 times a day.
2. STDs: wet dressing 10% solution on the affected parts. 1 or 2 times a
day; or before or after sex.
3. Dermatitis & Eczema: wet dressing 10%-30% solution on the
affected area. 2-3 times a day.
4. Tinea: scrubbing the affected area with 50% solution 3 times a day.
5. Daily care: wash with 3% solution.
Precaution: For external use only.For individuals, flush red or stabbing
pain may occur on the damaged skin. Solution should be diluted to be half
of the density (mentioned in “Administration & Usage”)with water when
used for children under 12.
Specification: 140 ml per bottle