The video cannot be shown at the moment. Please try again later.
The following questions are answered for Pelvic Diseases:
1. What is the Nickname for Pelvic Inflammatory Diseases?
The nickname for pelvic inflammatory disease is PID.
2 What are the bring abouts of Pelvic Pain?
PID is generally bring aboutd by a bacteria that transmitted from person to person by sexual contact; however, it could by bring aboutd by other body secretions such a dirty injection.
The bacteria typically bring abouts gonorrhea and Chlamydia is about half the people with PID. People with PID and other STDs typically have two different kinds of bacteria in their program. These two kinds of bacteria generally are Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrheae. There are some other bacteria that can bring about the disease; however, they are not that common.
3. What are the signs & Symptoms of Pelvic Pain?
Some of the signs and symptoms of PID involve but are not limited: back pain, stomach pain, painful sexual intercourse, painful urination, not usual vaginal discharge, and abnormal uterine bleeding.
The are the signs and symptoms it has affected the woman’s reductive organs. The symptoms that do not affect the reproductive organs are: nausea, vomiting, and fever. The symptoms could be worse during the woman’s first day of her time period, and it could be worse on the last day of her time period.
4. When need to a Patient Seek health-related Care?
If the woman has any of the following symptoms, she need to consult her doctor: sustained stomach pain, sustained nausea, abnormal vaginal bleeding, sustained fever vomiting, and strange vaginal discharge. In addition, the female need to seek health-related care if she has a fever over 101 F or 23.8 C. She may have to be admitted to the clinic if the bring about of her pelvic pain is not clear, if she is Expecting, if she has abscess, and if she does not seem to be able to handle her sickness on her own. The doctor reserve’s the right to clinicize severely sick patients.
5. How is PID treated?
The doctor will determine the best way to PID. The most common treatment for the disease is antibiotic therapy bebring about the doctor will suspect the patient has Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. If the patients is in pain, the doctor may decide to give the patient pain medication. If the customer is severally dehydrated, the doctor may give the patient IV fluids. If the case is severe, the doctor may recommend the patient get admitted to the clinic. It is likely that Expecting women will get admitted if they have the disease.
6. How can PID be Prevented?
The first way to prevent PID is to practice safe sex by using condoms. People need to use a dental dam when they have oral sex. There is no device that can be labeled 100% effective though. Birth management pills and IUDs do not prevent the person from finding PIDs as their job is just to prevent the person from finding Expecting. If the patient is identified with PID, they need to refrain from having sex bebring about they can give it to their partner. People need to limit the number of sexual partners that they have. Ultimately people need to be qualified about how not to get the disease.