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Any Chance of Male Get Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

In theory, men should also have the pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). But clinically, the probability of men suffering from PID is very low. Unlike women, the male pelvic cavity is closed, and there is minor inflammation. Because the male's reproductive organs or urethra are not connected to the pelvic cavity, the incidence of PID is extremely low.



However, there are exceptions. For example, infections caused by trauma can cause inflammation in the pelvic cavity. Patients will feel pain in the lower abdomen or lumbosacral soreness. Therefore, they need to go to the hospital for further examination and diagnosis. Inflammation of other organs in the pelvic cavity can also cause men to appear PID. After an inflammatory infection occurs, other organs in men, such as some intestinal infections, can also cause male PID and peritonitis and cause symptoms such as stomach pain.


The most common type of PID is appendicitis. If appendicitis is not actively treated, it can lead to suppuration and exudation of inflammation. It can also cause inflammation of the pelvic cavity and peritoneum in men. Inflammation or other organs in men, such as some intestinal infections, may also cause inflammation. 


Inflammation of the pelvic peritoneum in men may cause abdominal pain. Generally, men who have abdominal pain may have to go to the surgery department if they have acute abdominal pain and the gastroenterology department if they have chronic abdominal pain. 


Do a B-ultrasound examination in time to determine the condition, and then take symptomatic treatment measures to prevent the development of the infection from seriously affecting the health of the body. Herbal medicine Fuyan Pill can be used to treat PID effectively.



In fact, male PID is called peritonitis. PID refers specifically to inflammation of the female pelvic reproductive organs and surrounding connective tissue, pelvic peritoneum, which is called PID, including acute PID, chronic PID, pelvic peritonitis, accessory inflammation (Acute accessory inflammation, chronic accessory inflammation, salpingitis, oophoritis), metritis (acute endometritis, chronic endometritis, acute cervicitis, chronic cervicitis), pelvic connective tissue inflammation, etc. It can occur in one or several places simultaneously, which is one of the common diseases in women.


The primary pathogens that cause PID are Staphylococcus, Escherichia coli, anaerobic bacteria, and sexually transmitted pathogens (such as gonococcus, Chlamydia trachomatis, mycoplasma, herpes virus).


Symptoms of women suffering from PID include:


1: Lower abdomen falling pain caused by chronic inflammation, scar adhesion, and pelvic congestion, often causing lower abdomen swelling, pain, and lumbosacral soreness. It often intensifies after fatigue, sexual intercourse, and before or after menstruation.


2: Early menstrual disorders are caused by endometrial hyperemia and ulcers, and menorrhagia may occur. Most patients have been sick for a long time at the time of treatment, and the endometrium has been damaged to varying degrees, and the menstruation is scarce or amenorrhea.


3: Infertility, due to the destruction and adhesion of the fallopian tube mucosa, the lumen is often blocked; or due to adhesions around the fallopian tube, sometimes the lumen remains partially unobstructed. But the mucosal cilia are destroyed, the fallopian tube is stiff, the peristalsis is restricted, its transport function is lost, and the pregnancy cannot be conceived. Therefore, most patients are infertile.


4: Systemic symptoms are not obvious, sometimes only low-grade fever, easy to get tired. Due to the long duration of the disease, some patients may have symptoms of neurasthenia, such as lack of energy, general discomfort, and insomnia. When patients have poor resistance, they are prone to acute or subacute attacks.


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