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Salt on the Stomach: How Do Women Apply It to Treat PID?

Pelvic inflammatory disease(PID) is a disease that threatens women's health and affects women's sexual life and fertility. It is usually caused by vaginal bacteria entering the uterus, ovary, and other reproductive organs, thus causing infection of surrounding tissues. When the disease is severe, it can also cause multiple organ infections, even systemic infections, and the disease easily relapses.

Patients usually have persistent abdominal pain, a sense of falling, yellowish brown vaginal secretions with a peculiar smell, vaginal bleeding, pain in urination, and, in severe cases, fever, headache, nausea, diarrhea, and other symptoms. If patients have symptoms, they should seek medical advice in time. Otherwise, they are likely to cause tubal infection or infertility.
If a woman has abdominal pain, backache, and backache in her daily life, and the pain is aggravated during menstruation or after tiredness, she should be alert to pelvic inflammatory disease. If you find PID, you must treat it in time. Then, can you treat PID by applying salt to your stomach? Let's have a look!
Effect and Function of Salt on the Belly
Salt on the belly refers to heating the coarse salt and putting it into a cloth bag to apply to the abdomen. The heated salt bag can be attached to the stomach, which fits well with the hot compress area and has good coverage. After salt absorbs heat, heat will be released slowly, which can expand local capillaries, promote local blood circulation in the pelvic cavity, improve the nutritional status of tissues, improve the metabolism of the body, warm the meridians, dissipate cold, activate blood circulation and remove blood stasis, and help to absorb and dissipate inflammation.
Can salt on the belly treat PID? Salt on the belly specifically affects PID, but it can not cure the disease.
PID is female genital tract inflammation mainly caused by low body resistance, unclean life, failure to pay attention to menstrual hygiene, and various gynecological operations. The effect of salt on the tummy belongs to external treatment, which has a limited therapeutic effect on inflammatory infection. If it is during the acute attack of PID, salt on the belly may also aggravate the inflammatory reaction. However, if the inflammation is controlled, a hot compress on the abdomen at this time can accelerate the regression of inflammation, which is beneficial to the recovery of the disease!
It should be noted that the temperature should not be too high when using salt as a hot compress. Otherwise, it will cause scalding; Women should also pay attention to the time. They carry out it after menstruation and do not use salt during ovulation to avoid adverse effects on eggs and pregnancy.

How should PID be treated?
If the patient with PID has abdominal discomfort during the menstrual period, a hot salt compress can be used to promote the blood circulation of the abdomen and accelerate the absorption and dissipation of inflammation. If excessive bleeding occurs during hot compress, stop immediately. However, if the patient wants to treat PID, she needs to see a doctor in time.
Patients with PID can usually be cured by anti-infection treatment, such as taking ofloxacin, metronidazole cephalosporins, etc., which can control the infection. These drugs should be selected according to the specific pathogen of the patient. A few severe patients may have insufficient blood volume and need blood supplements.
If you are a patient with chronic PID, you can use traditional Chinese medicine to treat it. Fuyan Pill is recommended. It can eliminate the infection of various bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, and chlamydia. It can also regulate menstruation, remove dampness and stop band, eliminate menstrual pain, eliminate abnormal vaginal secretions, and relieve abdominal pain symptoms of PID.
Surgery is required if the patient has severe tissue adhesion or abscess, and laparoscopic surgery is recommended.
At ordinary times, patients should pay attention to the abdomen's warmth and personal hygiene during menstruation. When inflammation attacks, they should not have sex. In addition, we should strengthen nutrition, eat and rest regularly, exercise appropriately, and improve resistance.
In addition, patients should also do a good job in daily care. Avoid eating spicy and irritating food; Pay attention to the health of sexual life. It is better not to have sex during treatment.
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