The treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease includes physical therapy, drug treatment, and surgical treatment.
1. Physical therapy: If there is fever, you can wipe the limbs, armpits, nests, groin and other places with warm water to accelerate heat dissipation and help cool down.2. Drug treatment: Those who have good condition, milder symptoms, and resistance to oral antibiotics can use muscle injection of cephalosporin sodium, metronidazole, poisotin, etc.Mizole and other.Based on the doctor’s advice.Patients with poor condition, severe condition, or counter -oral antibiotics are not tolerated, and cedicin is injected with venous injection of cephalosporin or coscestin sodium, or venous injection of clinithromycin or stagnomycinVegetarian, clear pathogens and improve symptoms.Non -steroidal anti -inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen can also be used to relieve pain and fever.3. Surgical treatment: including laparoscopic surgery, caesarean section surgery, abscesses, etc.The main manifestation of pelvic inflammatory disease is lower abdominal pain, usually persistent swelling and pain.Or the pain after sex is worse.Patients with severe pelvic inflammatory disease can radiate to the waist, back, and thigh roots.Menstruation abnormalities: During menstruation, when pelvic inflammatory disease occurs, symptoms such as increased menstruation, extension of menstrual periods, multiple menstrual passage, and purulent secretions may occur.Lands abnormal: It can be manifested as an increase in leucorrhea and an unpleasant smell. The leucorrhea is sticky and yellow, and abnormal bleeding of vaginal bleeding during menstruation, after menstruation, and non -menstrual period.Systemic symptoms: When inflammation affects the peritoneum and digestive tract, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, abdominal distension, diarrhea, and severe diarrhea may occur; when accumulating the urinary system, symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, pain, and poor urination may occur.Systemic symptoms: Severe pelvic inflammatory disease can cause systemic symptoms such as fever, cold war, fatigue, headache, sweating, etc.Women with pelvic inflammatory disease are prone to abdominal pain, lumbosacral pain and leucorrhea, as well as obvious position discomfort.
It is recommended that patients with reasonable diets, avoid overeating, avoid excessive consumption of spicy and irritating foods, and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables.