Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

Parent Category: Women's Health
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries and nearby structures. Sometimes caused by STDs, PID can be caused by a variety of pathogens or conditions. Many women with PID worry about the long-term effects. This category answer questions about PID, treatment, and consequences.
No, herpes will not cause Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.
Pelvic inflammatory disease may affect future fertility, but most people who have had pelvic inflammatory disease can get pregnant, and should use some method of birth control if they are not seeking pregnancy. While you are under treatment for pelvic inflammatory disease, you should abstain from...
The symptoms of PID can be subtle. Some women are quite ill,with fever, severe pain, and difficulty standing upright. Otherwomen, particularly those with PID caused by chlamydia, can havesignificant inflammation and scarring without much in the way ofsymptoms.
I would say since the first woman set her foot there since you can get it after labor. So a long long time.
Women get PID because they have infect the bacteria , their pelvic area has infected the bacteria such as chlamydia , mycoplasma , gonorrhea and other normal bacteria , that will make them to get the pelvic inflammations . " Fuyan pill" is a kind of TCM to cure pelvic inflammation , it can clear...
Since pelvic inflammatory disease is a disease of the womb and/orfallopian tubes, men cannot contact it. This means there are nosymptoms for men.
Pelvic inflammatory disease can be diagnosed and treated before or during pregnancy also. So it should not affect your pregnancy adversely.
Yes. You can have any number of pathogens at the same time. You should be treated for each before they destroy you. No reason exists why you should go untreated and have them turn your brain into scrambled eggs.
If a woman had a bimanual exam during the STD screening, then it might detect PID. Simple urine testing will not detect PID.
Yes, chlamydia can cause pelvic inflammmatory disease in females, as can gonorrhea. There are other possibilities, too.
Chronic pain and infertility are the two that jump to mind. There are others.
Yes. Of women with chlamydia, 10-20% who don't get timely treatment may get PID. This PID may occur quickly, and without noticable symptoms. Of those women with PID, 20% may have infertility, 9% will have subsequent ectopic pregnancy, and 18% may have chronic pelvic pain. (see related link). That's...
That varies from woman to woman. It could take weeks or months or years.
Pelvic inflammatory disease can cause symptoms outside the reproductive tract for a number of reasons. First, because the female reproductive tract communicates freely with the pelvic cavity, symptoms can include inflammation of the peritoneum and other structures outside the uterus, ovaries and...
Usually Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is usually caused by SexuallyTransmitted Infections most commonly the Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.
Salpingitis is inflammation of the fallopian tubes. Salpingitis is one variation of pelvic inflammatory diseade. Other manifestations can include metritis, endometrititis, or peritonitis.
Males do not get PID.
No; but chlamydia can cause PID. And they could both be treated by herbal medicine "fuyan pill"
Men do not get pelvic inflammatory diesease unless they have female reproductive tract.
In most cases, the condition is caused by a bacterial infectionspreading from the vagina or cervix (the entrance to the womb) intothe womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries. PID is often caused by more than one type of bacterium and it cansometimes be difficult for doctors to pinpoint which...
It correlates with a higher incidence of cervical cancer.
Pelvic inflammatory disease, commonly called PID, is an infectionof the female reproductive organs. PID is one of the most seriouscomplications of a sexually transmitted disease in women: It canlead to irreversible damage to the uterus, ovaries, fallopiantubes, or other parts of the female...
It varies from woman to woman; there is no way to know for sure.
Chlamydia can cause PID within weeks, although many women won't have symptoms. About 20% of women with chlamydia have PID.
You will become sterile if PID goes untreated; worst case scenario is death.
For mild to moderate disease, the typical treatment is with twoantibiotics for two weeks along with frequent follow up exams. Ifthe infection is more extensive, if the patient is pregnant, or ifshe can't keep down pills, then IV treatment may be required.
The patient is usually treated with at least 2 antibiotics that can kill both N. gonorrhoeae and C. trachomatis and other bacterias. Early intervention is crucial to keep the fallopian tubes undamaged.
Over 1 million cases of PID are diagnosed annually in the United States, and it is the most common cause for hospitalization of reproductive-age if you are diagnosed with PID,you had better get treatment.Though operation can treat the PID,it has high rate of recurring.I hear from my friends...
Can be cured if treated immediately. If untreated or the disease becomes chronic may result in scarring and cause infertility or ectopic pregnancy. Death is rare but may occur if ovarian abcesses rupture. Generally speaking, acute PID symptoms can be relieved by some antibiotics in a short time...
The statement is partially true. Pelvic inflammatory disease can cause scarring in the female reproductive tract that can block the passage of gametes or zygotes. It does not affect males.
Should be complementary to antibiotic therapy. Castor oil packs,acupressure, acupuncture for pain. Echinacea, calendula haveantimicrobial activity, blue cohosh and false unicorn root arefemale tonics. Actually if your inflammation didn't get cleared with antibitotics,you can try herbal medicine like...
Females are susceptible to PID because germs in the vagina can ascend through the uterus to the tubes, ovaries, and pelvic cavity. Males do not have this susceptibility.
Yes, luckily, there is really a medicine that could cure bothchlamydia and pelvic inflammation disease at the same time. The herbal medicine FUYAN PILL , which is made from naturalherbs. It has been proven effective on curing chlamydia and pelvicinflammation disease. It is made from natural herbs,...
IUD usage is strongly associated with the development of PID. Bacteria may be introduced to the uterus while the IUD is being inserted or may travel up the tail of the IUD from the cervix into the uterus.
Males don't get pelvic inflammatory disease
It will take, on average, about 2 weeks for the discharge to clear after treatment.
No, you can't get pelvic inflammatory disease if you had a hysterectomy. After hysterectomy, whether or not your cervix is still in place, it isn't possible for germs to ascend from the vagina into the pelvis.
The IUD does not cause pelvic inflammatory disease. You can get PID if you have chlamydia or gonorrhea during insertion of the IUD.
PID is a serious infection that harms a woman's reproductive organs. It develops when an infection spreads up from the vagina and cervix into the fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries. It is usually caused by untreated chlamydia or gonorrhea. But it may be caused by other infections. PID can lead...
PID can't turn into HIV or AIDS. Anyone diagnosed with PID should be tested for HIV and other STDs as well. Contact your health care provider to make sure you were tested.
Some of the alternative treatments include diets, nutritional supplements, herbal remedies, homeopathy, acupressure, and acupuncture.
Yes. While people most often think of chlamydia and gonorrhea whenthey think of PID, the most common cause is anaerobic bacteria thatare not necessarily spread by sex. You can have PID withouthaving an STD. Don't worry, PID is curable. Once you are confirmed that you haveinfected with it, you'd...
Doxycycline may be used to treat PID, but it's never used alone. PID is always treated with a combination of medications. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and follow-up, and for effective treatment.
Severe cases can result in sterility
In most cases, PID is caused by bacteria. And it could be eliminated with low recurrence rate by " fuyanpill ".
The chances of a false negative chlamydia test result with the newest test kits may be as high as 10%. The chances of two false negative results are 1%, and of three are one in one thousand. Having a negative result followed by a positive normally means that you were infected with chlamydia between...
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a term used to describe any infection in the lower female reproductive tract that spreads to the upper female reproductive tract.
Sexually active women aged 15-25 are at highest risk for developing PID.
Salpingitis (fallopian tube inflammation), endometritis (lining of the uterus inflammation), tubo-ovarian abscesses, pelvic peritonitis (inflammation of the abdominal cavity).
Age (young women), race (8 -10 times higher in non-whites), higher in those of low socioeconomic status, no barrier contraceptives, high risk behaviors, frequent sexual practice, STDs.
Susceptibility to STDs involves many factors including the individual's own immune response which helps to determine whether infection occurs. A very invasive STD infection is considered PID.
Normally, the cervix prevents bacteria that enter the vagina fromspreading to the internal reproductive organs. If the cervix isexposed to a sexually transmitted disease -- such as gonorrheaand/or chlamydia -- the cervix itself becomes infected and lessable to prevent the spread of organisms to the...
I'm guessing you're asking about pelvic inflammatory disease infection the fallopian tubes. Amoxicillin is not an effective treatment for PID.
Sometimes it can. If everything that was formed during thepregnancy doesn't follow through and come out properly it can causePID. Most common cause is an STI though. Abortion is another thingthat can cause PID. And if you have any more professional questions about this disease,you could consult...
If a woman is diagnosed with PID, she should see that her sexual partner is also treated to prevent the possibility of reinfection.
Diagnosis of PID may also be done using a laparoscope, but laparoscopy is expensive, and it is an invasive procedure that carries some risk for the patient.
Treatment for chronic PID may involve hysterectomy, which may be helpful in some cases.
If you have the following symptoms , you will have a great chance to get PID , the main symptoms include abdominal distension and bellyache, waist pain. Sometimes, anus would feel distensible, and other symptoms include dysmenorrheal, irregular menstruation, infertility, and frequency of...
Diagnose and treat STDs or any infection of the female genital tract immediately. The main symptom of infection is an abnormal discharge. Barrier contraceptives help prevent infection.
Yes, some women can experience chronic and recurring PID. Be sure to keep all your follow up appointments with your health care provider. You should be seen three days after starting the medication to ensure that the signs and symptoms are improving (including getting a repeat pelvic exam, and at...
Unless treated promptly, PID may result in scarring of the narrowfallopian tubes and ovaries, causing sterility. PID can be cured byTCM therapy fuyan pill. The widespread infection of thereproductive structures can also lead to fatal septicemia, bacteriain the blood that often occurs with sever...
There are multiple pathogens as well as bacteria in the normal vaginal flora that cause PID. Some are sexually transmissible, like gonorrhea and chlamydia. Others are germs that are normally found in the reproductive tract, but can cause problems if they move up to the uterus or beyond. Health care...
Yes. If you are too nauseous to take yourmedication, or if you haven't yet started medication, contact your health care provider.
Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection or inflammation of the uterus, Fallopian tubes, and the area around the ovaries. It can be caused by gonorrhea, but there are other possible (and more common) causes.
The signs and symptoms are nothing alike. A yeast infection typically causes skin irritation or itching in the genital area, but not pelvic pain or tenderness on exam. Pelvic inflammatory diseases causes pelvic pain, pain on palpation of the ovaries/tubes, and pain with cervical motion.
yes it will end up dissolving your kidney
Pregnancy testing is not affected by pelvic inflammatory disease . A pregnancy test will still work, so your doctor can tell if you're pregnant.
no, Pelvic inflammatory disease in not life threatening.
Many cases of PID aren't caused by gonorrhea and chlamydia. In order to protect their bodies from further damage, women with PID should abstain from sex until cleared by their health care provider to resume activity.
The main symptoms include abdominal distension and bellyache, waist pain. Sometimes, anus would feel distensible, and other symptoms include dysmenorrheal, irregular menstruation, infertility, and frequency of urinatior and increasing of leucorrhea. In fact, there are some special situations...
Males do not get pelvic inflammatory disease. A man's health can only be directly affected by a partner's PID if it is caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea.
Chlamydia causes PID when bacteria travel higher into the reproductive tract. It can cause inflammation in the fallopian tubes and pelvis.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) refers to infection of the uterus(womb). The symptoms include a foul vaginal odor, vaginaldischarge, infertility, and irregular menstrual cycles.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a painful infection of the tubes, ovaries or uterus. It may be caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea, or from other bacteria, both sexually transmitted and naturally occurring.
If doxycycline is being used, a second drug, usually ceftriaxone, is also given. Then it's 250 mg ceftriaxone IM and 100 mg of doxycycline twice a day for 14 days.