Endometritis is an inflammation of the lining of the uterus. In this case, the disease affects the functional and basal layers of the uterine mucosa.
Varieties of endometritis
Causes of endometritis
Disease occurs when pathogenic microorganisms enter the uterus – streptococci, staphylococci, gonococci, chlamydia, trichomonas, E. coli, etc.
The penetration of viruses is facilitated primarily by inflammatory diseases of other genital organs, abortions, violation of sexual hygiene and hygiene rules in the postpartum period.
The main symptoms of endometritis
Violation of the menstrual cycle, pain in the lower abdomen, purulent and mucous discharge, fever.
Treatment of endometritis
In the acute stage, antibiotics are prescribed, based on the sensitivity of the pathogen to them. Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, desensitizing agents are also used. Effective laser therapy.
Chronic forms are often caused by functional disorders, and therefore therapeutic measures are traditionally restorative.
Prevention of endometritis
Compliance with the rules of personal hygiene, proper management of childbirth, timely restoration of the cervix when it breaks, prevention of abortion.