Among women’s common gynecological diseases, fallopian tube inflammation is a relatively common type of inflammation.However, because the manifestations of inflammation are not obvious, it is often easy to confuse some other gynecological diseases.
Therefore, many people are actually not clear about the pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and prevention and control strategies of fallopian tubeitis. Therefore, in terms of disease prevention and control, they often appear passive.
So what is the fallopian tube inflammation?If you are not clear, it is recommended to look at these 4 points.
1. What is fallopianitis?
It is not difficult to know from the name of the fallopian tube. It is an inflammatory response in the fallopian tube site.Generally speaking, fallopian tubes are an important part of the female reproductive system. It is connected to the uterus and between the uterus and the ovaries.
The uterus is a place to bred a new life, while the fallopian tube is a place for the formation of fertilized eggs. Sperm and eggs are combined with the binding of the abdomen of the tubal tube to form fertilized eggs.
Therefore, once the fallopian tube occurs, it will affect women’s conception.Inflammation is a relatively common state of disease, which can occur in any part, so the fallopian tube is no exception.
2. What is the pathogenesis of fallopian tubeitis?
Regarding the pathogenesis of fallopian tubeitis, it is actually similar to vaginal inflammation.Affected by vaginal flora, vaginitis will cause vaginitis if vaginal flora disorders occur.
Common vaginitis includes bacterial vaginitis, mold vaginitis, and trichomonas vaginitis.Some of the relatively strong flora can follow the vagina, cervix, and endometrium, and finally reach the pelvic cavity, causing pelvic inflammation.
Of course, some germs will choose to grow and reproduce at the fallopian tube area, which will induce fallopian tube inflammation.In clinical, some pathogenic bacteria that are prone to inducing fallopian tubes include tuberculosis and gonococci.
3. What are the clinical manifestations of fallopian tubes?
Clinically, if women suffer from tubulitis, these related symptoms will be manifested:
First, the lower abdomen will have different degrees of pain and discomfort, sometimes intermittent attacks, and sometimes persistent dull pain;
Second, menstruation will show abnormalities, often with increased menstruation, and irregular menstrual cycles;
The third is to show symptoms similar to dysmenorrhea, which is mainly related to pelvic inflammation caused by congestion, and then the symptoms of dysmenorrhea;
Fourth, leucorrhea also shows some abnormalities. It is usually accompanied by a large amount of leucorrhea, abnormal colors, and even odor.
4. How should fallopian tube inflammation be controlled?
For tubulitis, the prevention and control strategy that everyone should follow is almost the same as the prevention and control strategy of common inflammation:
The first is to pay attention to the hygiene and health of the private parts, especially sexual hygiene, because unclean sexual life can easily lead to infection with some pathogenic bacteria, such as gonorrhea, syphilis, etc. These can also easily induce fallopian tube inflammation;
The second is to do a good job of pre -pregnancy examination and guidance, actively prepare, and then try to get pregnant, so as not to accidentally cause ectopic pregnancy, and then bring greater damage to your fallopian tube.
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