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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Does menopause reduce the pain of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease?

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2015-12-25 08:14:04
2015-12-25 08:14:04

Yes, in some cases, it can because hormones are altered more severely. Some women would feel the pain is reduce when they are into menopause and it disappeared.

However, it is not in all case. If you still suffer from pelvic inflammation disease even after you enter into your menopause. Don't worry, in fact, pelvic inflammation disease is not difficult to cure. Both antibiotics and herbal supplement, such as "fuyan pill" from Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic have shown overview effects on curing it. You could try the most suitable treatment according to your own situation.

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