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How to Prevent Recurrent Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: These 4 Methods are Key

Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a common reproductive system inflammation in women. It often arises from acute PID that has not been fully cured, or due to the patient's poor constitution, prolonged illness, and failure to heal. Due to the stubborn nature of the condition, particularly when resistance is low, patients may experience recurrent episodes. So why does chronic pelvic inflammatory disease recur? And how can female patients prevent chronic PID?


Reasons for the Recurrence of Chronic Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

1. Blind Medication Use

Many patients with chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, due to the long duration of their illness, believe they can self-medicate. They tend to self-administer medication when they experience discomfort. The treatment of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease primarily involves antibiotics. As we all know, antibiotics not only have their therapeutic range but also side effects like resistance and drug tolerance.

Therefore, if patients treat themselves blindly, on one hand, they may delay the proper treatment due to misdiagnosis, leading to the chronic PID not being cured. On the other hand, it may also cause an imbalance in the vaginal flora, which could not only worsen the condition but also potentially lead to other reproductive system inflammations.

2. Lack of Hygiene

Unhygienic sexual practices, frequent sexual activity, and not maintaining cleanliness during special periods like menstruation and pregnancy can easily allow pathogens to invade and cause pelvic inflammation. If patients do not pay attention to cleaning the genital area regularly, frequently change underwear, or mix underwear with other clothes for washing, it can lead to infections, making chronic pelvic inflammatory disease difficult to cure.

3. Decreased Immunity

The patient's immunity may decline under the influence of the disease. Lack of exercise, staying up late, not keeping warm, etc., can lead to weakened resistance, making the body unable to fend off disease, causing recurrent episodes of the disease.

4. Frequent Uterine Procedures

Procedures like abortion, curettage, and other uterine surgeries not only cause certain damage to the pelvic cavity, affecting the patient's healing, but also easily introduce pathogens into the pelvic cavity, thus leading to infection.

From the above, we can see that the reasons for the recurrent episodes of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease mainly fall into two categories: one is direct or indirect infection, and the other is poor resistance of the body.

So, how should patients prevent it? Specific preventive measures include the following:

1. Scientific Treatment

The course of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is long, and so is the treatment time. Long-term use of antibiotics is not beneficial for the patient's health. Therefore, patients can take Chinese herbal medicine, such as Fuyan Pill, to improve blood circulation around the pelvic cavity, promote the resolution of inflammation, and relieve pain symptoms. Moreover, it has no side effects, which is more conducive to the patient's recovery.

2. Pay Attention to Cleanliness and Hygiene

Whether during treatment or after cure, it is essential to maintain hygiene for chronic pelvic inflammatory disease. Daily washing of the genital area with warm boiled water and frequent changing of underwear, washed separately, are recommended. Extra hygiene care is needed before and after sexual activity, during menstruation, and in the pregnancy and postpartum periods, to prevent the opportunity for pathogens to infect.

3. Strengthen Immunity

Only with strong immunity can one better resist diseases. To enhance immunity, one can start from several aspects: first, avoid staying up late and maintain a regular routine; second, exercise appropriately to avoid sitting, standing, or lying down for extended periods; and third, eat a balanced diet rich in vitamins, high-quality protein, and minerals to ensure the intake of daily nutritional requirements.

4. Take effective Contraception

If there is no current plan for childbirth, effective contraception is necessary to avoid unplanned pregnancy and the consequent need for abortion. If there are other gynecological diseases, they must be actively treated to prevent the spread of inflammation and infection to the uterine cavity.

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