Gynecological diseases are common and frequently occurring in women, and many women are troubled by various gynecological diseases. Some gynecological diseases have little impact on the body, but some disorders significantly impact women and even affect women's fertility in severe cases.
Although people's living standards have improved, more and more people have infertility. The prevalence of female infertility is increasing daily, and most female patients suffer from gynecological diseases that finally lead to infertility.
So, what is the relationship between female infertility and gynecological diseases?
Because bacterial vaginitis causes an increase in vaginal secretions, which can affect the vitality and penetration of sperm. If it is not treated in time, it may infect the fallopian tube or uterus upward, causing salpingitis, thus affecting the combination of sperm and egg, leading to female infertility.
When endometritis occurs, a large number of cells will be secreted, and the sperm will be swallowed by white blood cells after entering the uterine cavity. The sperm vitality will decrease, leading to a decrease in the number of sperm and a reduction in the probability of female pregnancy.
The majority of infertility patients have uterine leiomyoma disease. If the patient's leiomyoma grows in the cervix or the inner mouth of the fallopian tube, it can affect the access to sperm. If the leiomyoma occupies the implantation position of the fertilized egg, it can prevent the fertilized egg from sitting down and affect female pregnancy.
Cysts can also cause female infertility, interfere with the normal secretion of ovarian hormones and ovulation, and even affect menopause, hirsutism, cervical bleeding, and other symptoms of women, eventually leading to female infertility.
Endometriosis will change the internal environment of the pelvic cavity, which is not conducive to the combination of sperm and egg. And the patients with endometriosis will not be able to conceive naturally. At the same time, ectopic growth of the endometrium will cause organ adhesion, leading to ovulation, fertilized egg implantation, fallopian tube, and other problems, making it difficult for patients to conceive.
How to prevent infertility in daily life?
1. Keep good living habits
Both men and women should avoid being underweight or overweight, quit smoking and drinking, have a regular life schedule, and increase appropriate exercise.
2. Both husband and wife should keep happy
Having children is the hope of life, but sometimes I hope my son is too eager to be pregnant. Especially the elderly or those who have not been pregnant for several years after marriage are more nervous, which interferes with the neuroendocrine function and affects pregnancy. Therefore, you should avoid impatience, inferiority, and nervousness.
3. Early detection and treatment of diseases causing infertility
Such as pelvic inflammation, in the acute phase, if you can get thorough treatment, it will not become chronic pelvic inflammation. If chronic pelvic inflammation can be treated thoughtfully and thoroughly in time, it will not necessarily lead to tubal obstruction but also infertility. Another example is that men with mumps often cause orchitis. If they can be treated as early as possible and pay attention to rest, it can avoid the occurrence of orchitis, and it will not affect the sperm, which is conducive to pregnancy. If these diseases can be detected and thoroughly treated, they will not develop into infertility.
4. Pay attention to self-protection
Some people engaged in special work, such as exposure to radiation and some toxic substances, should seriously take measures to protect themselves from minimizing the factors of infertility. In addition, we should develop good living habits, avoid frequent hot baths, avoid wearing tight pants for a long time, and actively participate in physical exercise to strengthen our physique.
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