Adnexitis is one of the most common inflammatory diseases of the female genital tract. With adnexitis, the inflammatory process affects the appendages – the ovaries and fallopian tubes. It is very important to treat this disease in time, otherwise adnexitis can acquire a chronic course or lead to the development of severe complications.
Causes of adnexitis
The pathogenic microorganisms — streptococci, staphylococcus, mycobacteria, E. coli, etc. — are directly responsible for the inflammation of the appendages. Bacteria can get into the tubes and ovaries in two ways, for example, in the lungs, maxillary sinus, tonsils).
In the development of adnexitis, risk factors that reduce the body’s immune defenses or are of infectious nature are of great importance:
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Unwanted pregnancy is an urgent problem for women. Modern methods of contraception not only help women to avoid unforeseen situations, but also to approach the issue of pregnancy planning consciously and responsibly. Fortunately, science does not stand still, offering women new, safer methods of contraception.
It is worth noting that contraception is much safer for a woman’s health than an abortion. In Russia, contraceptive methods are not as widely publicized as in America and Europe. Continue reading
Some women nature has not given enough power to give birth to a child in a natural way. Therefore, in the presence of certain indications and the absence of contraindications (and not at all when the woman is simply afraid and does not feel strong), an “caesarean section” is prescribed, in which the fetus is removed through an incision of the anterior abdominal wall and uterus. This method of delivery appeared in ancient times. It is believed that the great commander and politician Gaius Julius Caesar was born in an unnatural way, whence the name of the operation is “Caesar, Kaiser, King”. Continue reading