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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Prevention: Your Living Habits Matter

The relationship between pelvic inflammatory disease and living habits is close. If living habits are unhealthy, it is likely to cause pelvic inflammatory disease infections.

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a common gynecological disease. It is caused by unwavering hygiene, and the symptoms will increase after they are tired, after the same room, and before and after menstruation. Pelvic inflammatory disease refers to the infectious diseases of women's reproductive tract, mainly endometritis, salpingitis, fallopian tube ovarian abscess, and pelvic peritonitis.
Pelvic inflammatory disease has different clinical manifestations according to inflammation. Light may have no apparent symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease, or gynecological examinations only find that cervix lift pain, uterine tenderness, or tenderness in the attachment area. 
In severe cases, it causes a flushed complexion, raised body temperature, accelerated heart rate, tenderness in the lower abdomen, a reflector and abdominal muscle tension, abdominal distension, and weakened or disappearing intestinal sounds. Patients can take the herbal medicine Fuyan Pill to relieve the discomfort.
How to prevent the pelvic inflammatory disease from daily habits?

1. Pay attention to menstrual hygiene
Change the underwear and sanitary napkins to avoid cold and cold foods. Take a good rest. If you work hard at this time, pelvic congestion will be easily formed over time, leading to a decline in resistance and inducing pelvic inflammatory disease. During menstruation, sexual life, swimming, pots, and mulberry baths are prohibited. At this time, the body's resistance decreased, and the pathogenic bacteria were easy to enter, causing infection.
2. Pay attention to personal hygiene
Keep the perineum clean and dry, and wash the vulva with water every night to achieve a special pot. Generally, you don't have to wash the vagina or clean the vulva with hot water and soap. We must change their underwear frequently on weekdays. The bedding should be cleaned and dried separately to avoid transmitting pathogenic bacteria.
3. Maintain balanced nutrition
Some women often do not eat because they are worried about gaining weight, causing the body to be fragile. If they do not replenish nutrition in time, they will cause a sharp decline in resistance, which may cause various types of infections and even pelvic inflammatory disease. Women should eat more high-protein foods, such as lean meat, soy products, and more vegetables and fruits, which not only meet the human body's needs but do not increase weight.
4. Exercise
Participating in various sports activities, such as running, climbing, and other endurance exercises, can enhance physical resistance. Use all possible time and opportunities to strengthen exercise, such as riding a bicycle to get off work, walking to the unit or home, and standing up to move up.
5. Fixed intimate partner
Many sexual partners will also bring a new crisis to women's health. Especially when both men and women have multiple personalized partners, the chance of pelvic inflammatory disease in women is dozens of times higher. Therefore, fixed partners are the basic principles of ensuring health.
6. Persist in using condoms
According to surveys, women who insist on using condoms have a higher incidence of pelvic inflammatory disease than women who do not use condoms. Especially for women with many sexual partners and complex sexual relationships, it is an effective way. Therefore, using condoms is a good way for contraception but also conducive to protecting women suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease.
7. Keep a good mood
Too much pressure and depression will increase the risk of illness. Thus, maintaining a good mood helps prevent pelvic inflammatory disease.
Above all, women should pay attention to rest and avoid excessive labor and pressure. Eat healthily, exercise appropriately, and enhance physical fitness. Maintaining an optimistic attitude and good living habits can prevent pelvic inflammatory disease.
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