Pelvic Inflammatory Disease


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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease


What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

Pelvic inflammatory disease, or "PID" is an infection of a woman's pelvic organs which include the uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.

Bacteria causes pelvic inflammatory disease. Bacteria can move upward, from a woman's vagina or cervix - which is the opening to the uterus, or womb - into her fallopian tubes, ovaries and uterus, which then cause an infection. Many types of bacteria can cause pelvic inflammatory disease. But bacteria found in two common sexually transmitted diseases - chlamydia and gonorrhea - are the most frequent causes of pelvic inflammatory disease 

After a woman becomes infected, it can take from a few days to a few months to develop
pelvic inflammatory disease.

The major symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease are lower abdominal pain, abnormal vaginal discharge.  Unusual vaginal odor, or stronger vaginal odor may also be a symptom and reason to visit your gynecologist.

Other symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease may include one or more of the following; fever, pain in the right upper abdomen, pain during vaginal intercourse, and irregular menstrual bleeding.  

Pelvic inflammatory disease, particularly when caused by chlamydia, may produce only minor symptoms or no symptoms at all, even though it can seriously damage the reproductive organs. 

Untreated, pelvic inflammatory disease causes scarring and can lead to infertility, tubal pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, and other serious problems. 

Pelvic inflammatory disease is more common and more aggressive in HIV+ women than in uninfected women. Pelvic inflammatory disease may become a chronic and relapsing condition as a woman's immune system deteriorates. 

Women can play an active role in protecting themselves from
pelvic inflammatory disease by following these steps and precautions: 

*  Call your doctor if you have discharge with vaginal odor or bleeding between cycles. 
*  Use either male or female condoms during sexual intercourse.

 


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What is Pelvic Organ Prolapse?

Pelvic Organ Prolapse also referred to as Pelvic Prolapse, is a very common condition, particularly among older women. It's estimated that half of women who have children will experience some form of Pelvic Organ Prolapse in later life. Many women, particularly because they may no longer be sexually active, and fail to continue receiving their annual pelvic exams, don't seek help from their doctor. Therefore, the actual number of women affected by Pelvic Organ Prolapse is unknown. 

Pelvic Organ Prolapse is also referred to as; genital prolapse, pelvic relaxation, pelvic prolapse, uterine prolapse, uterovaginal prolapse, pelvic floor dysfunction, urogenital prolapse, vaginal relaxation or vaginal vault prolapse.

 

October 2008 - Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Issues a Black Box Warning on the Use of Vaginal Mesh and Synthetic Mesh Used in Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Surgeries

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a black box warning on the use of vaginal mesh used in pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence surgeries.

The FDA stated in the Black Box Warning; “Most frequent complications included erosion through vaginal epithelium, infection, pain, urinary problems, and recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse and/or stress urinary incontinence.”

 

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