What will Cause Ectopic Pregnancy? Watch Out For Pelvic Inflammatory Disease!

Pelvic inflammatory disease is the standard and primary cause of ectopic pregnancy. Inflammation makes the fallopian tube mucosa adherent, narrow, and irregular. These pathological changes cause the muscles of the fallopian tube wall to weaken, thereby affecting the transportation of the pregnant egg. The gestational egg is blocked in the fallopian tube. That is, it may implant and develop in situ, resulting in tubal pregnancy.

 

 

For acute pelvic inflammatory, antibiotic therapy is usually used.

 

The acute pelvic inflammatory disease usually has a rapid onset, and the patient's symptoms are more pronounced. Clinically, antibiotics can control the condition as soon as possible and relieve the symptoms of patients' discomfort in treating acute pelvic inflammatory disease. Antibiotics have a fast effect, which is generally used as the primary treatment. Several antibiotics are usually required for combined therapy to achieve a better therapeutic effect.

 

For chronic pelvic inflammatory, patients can choose herbal medicine.

 

Through clinical observation, it is found that most patients' chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is caused by incomplete treatment of acute pelvic inflammatory disease. However, since the patient has been using antibiotics for some time to treat acute pelvic inflammatory disease, if antibiotics continue to be used for treatment, it is likely to lead to drug resistance and drug resistance. In that case, the treatment of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is best to choose herbal medicine, such as Fuyan Pill, to avoid further strengthening the disease and drug resistance, 

 

The ingredients of Fuyan Pill are made up of natural herbs, which do not produce drug resistance and resistance like antibiotics. During treatment, it will not bring any side effects to the patient. It also has multiple functions: clearing away heat and detoxification, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, strengthening the spleen, and removing dampness. At the same time, it can also help patients improve the internal environment of the reproductive system and prevent recurrence of the disease, so patients can give priority to using it for treatment.

 

 

Other causes of ectopic pregnancy:

 

1. Fallopian tube surgery

 

Tubal recanalization or fistula formation after tubal sterilization may lead to tubal pregnancy, especially laparoscopic electrocoagulation tubal sterilization and silicone loop surgery; due to infertility, I have received tubal separation and adhesion, tubal angioplasty, such as Tubal anastomosis, tubal Ostia, etc., the incidence of tubal pregnancy again is 10% to 20%.

 

2. Dysplasia or abnormal function of fallopian tubes

 

Dysplasia of the fallopian tubes often manifests as too long fallopian tubes, poor muscle layer development, and lack of mucociliary. There are other double fallopian tubes, diverticulum or parachute, etc., which can cause tubal pregnancy. If the secretion of estrogen and progesterone is abnormal, it can affect the regular operation of the fertilized egg. In addition, mental factors can also cause tubal spasms and abnormal peristalsis, which can interfere with the transport of fertilized eggs;

 

3. The fertilized egg wanders

 

The egg is fertilized in one fallopian tube, and the fertilized egg enters the contralateral fallopian tube through the uterine cavity or abdominal cavity. The fertilized egg is said to swim. If the migration time is too long, the development of the fertilized egg will increase, and it will be implanted in the contralateral fallopian tube to form a tubal pregnancy.

 

4. Assisted reproductive technology

 

From the earliest artificial insemination to the application of commonly used ovulation-stimulating drugs, as well as in vitro fertilization-embryo transfer (IVF-ET) or Gamete Intra Fallopian Transfer (GIFT), ectopic pregnancy has occurred, and the incidence is about 5%. The incidence of ectopic pregnancy is higher than that of general causes. 

 

The related susceptibility factors include preoperative fallopian tube disease, history of pelvic surgery, technical elements of embryo transfer, quantity and quality of embryos implanted, hormone environment, excessive transfer fluid during embryo transfer, etc.

 

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