Salpingitis and endometritis are both common diseases of pelvic genital inflammation in women. There are many similarities between the two. So can salpingitis cause endometritis? Let's take a look!
What's the matter with salpingitis?
Salpingitis is an inflammatory change in the fallopian tubes caused by pathogenic bacteria. The site of occurrence is usually the lining of the fallopian tubes. Inflammatory infections cause swelling of the inner membrane, interstitial edema, congestion, and exudation. The mucosal epithelium of the fallopian tube falls off, causing the mucous membranes to adhere to each other or the umbrella end of the fallopian tubes, eventually leading to lumen atresia and infertility.
The symptoms of most patients with salpingitis include increased vaginal discharge, irregular vaginal bleeding, hidden pain in the lower abdomen, pain in the lumbosacral region, and a feeling of falling. There are also patients who experience pain during intercourse, which seriously affects a woman's sex life. If salpingitis is too severe, it will lead to complete blockage of the lumen and affect pregnancy.
What's the matter with endometritis?
A woman's uterine wall is divided into a serous layer, muscle layer, and endometrial layer from the outside to the inside. Endometritis is an inflammatory infection that occurs on the inner lining of the innermost layer of the uterus. If endometritis is relatively mild, patients generally have no obvious clinical signs. If endometritis is severe, patients may experience lower abdominal pain, pain in the lumbosacral region, and increased discharge. It is like thin water, light yellow, and sometimes bloody vaginal discharge.
If endometritis is not treated promptly, it can lead to inflammation of the uterine cavity. It not only harms women, but also affects the development of fertilized eggs, leading to infertility in women. This is mainly due to inflammation. When sperm enters a woman's uterine cavity, it is easy to cause a large number of sperm to die due to phagocytic effects of white blood cells and bacterial toxins, which affects fertility. However, if the endometrium is inflamed, it is difficult for sperm to implant in the uterus, which can easily cause miscarriages and infertility.
Moreover, if the condition is very serious, the inflammation spreads and infects the pelvic cavity, causing inflammation of the pelvic cavity.
Can salpingitis cause endometritis?
It it possible. Inflammation at the beginning mainly manifests in the fallopian tubes. If not treated promptly, chronic salpingitis will develop. On the one hand, the fallopian tube is adjacent to the uterus, and long-term severe stimulation can lead to endometritis.
On the other hand, chronic salpingitis can lead to adhesion and blockage of the fallopian tube, which gradually suppurates and forms hydrops. If hydrosalpinx is not treated for a long time, it will flow down the fallopian tubes into the uterine cavity. The pathogenic microorganisms and harmful substances in the accumulated water will cause endometrial lesions, leading to endometritis.
Endometritis can also cause salpingitis. The uterus and the fallopian tubes are connected, and the bacteria on the endometrium can enter the fallopian tubes, which can also cause salpingitis.
Therefore, whether it is salpingitis or endometritis, it should be treated in time. Patented herbal medicine Fuyan Pill has strong bactericidal power. Persistent use of medication can kill all kinds of bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, chlamydia, etc., and can treat inflammation in the fallopian tubes and uterus well, so that the female reproductive system can be restored to health.
At the same time, patients must take good contraceptive measures in normal times, do not have uncontrolled sex, and pay particular attention to the cleanliness and hygiene of sex life. Also, women should change underwear frequently, especially during menstruation, and wear loose cotton underwear as much as possible. In terms of diet, they should avoid spicy foods, as this can worsen the condition.
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