Pyosalpinx – accumulation of pus in the fallopian tube due to the penetration of pathogens of a purulent infection into it

Causes of pyosalpinx

Most often, Pyosalpinx is the outcome of acute salpingitis (see Salpingoophoritis): obliteration of the outer and inner openings of the uterine (fallopian) tube leads to the formation of a closed purulent cavity, the walls of which are a stretched and thickened tube. Often Pyosalpinx develops after an abortion, less often its root cause is a postpartum infection; not often lead to the formation of Pyosalpinx acute and chronic gonococcal salpingitis.

Varieties of pyosalpinx

Pyosalpinx can occur in acute or chronic form, periodic exacerbations do not often pass under the guise of “chronic inflammation of the uterine appendages.”

The main symptoms of pyosalpinx

Pain in the lower abdomen, fever, leukocytosis. A gynecological examination reveals a painful volumetric formation located in the small pelvis on the side of the uterus or behind it.

Treatment of pyosalpinx

Operative: abdominal surgery and removal of the fallopian tube filled with pus.

Prevention of pyosalpinx

Timely treatment of salpingitis, gonorrhea, the fight against abortion.

Articles from the forum on the topic ” Pyosalpinx “

Pyosalpinx and adhesions. Maybe someone knows what treatment and resolving procedures help?

Answer #1

thank God it wasn’t. But antibiotics and hormones are usually prescribed. And then physio.

Answer #2

Regarding the first, I don’t know what it is, but about adhesions, Volupta’s gel for women helps well. If you don’t know about it write

Answer #3

In fact, adhesions are not treated much … Fewer surgical interventions!

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