PIDs are infections or inflammations that occur in the internal genitals (inside the pelvis and abdomen) of women. STIs and other infections caused by infectious agents are the cause of PID. some of PIDs can also infect your sexual partner, and some of these inflammations can cause serious problems if left untreated.

In this article, the symptoms, causes and treatments of PIDs are clearly stated. PID stands for Pelvic inflammatory disease which can create very dangerous conditions by being transferred to the bloodstream.


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Who is most at risk for PID?


What are the symptoms of PID?

The most common symptom in women with PID is pain

There is often pain in the lower abdomen and also can affect the upper abdomen a little, so the following symptoms occur in this disease:

These pains are often mild to moderate, but some women experience very severe pain with other symptoms, including:

Chlamydia can cause asymptomatic fallopian tube infections, leading to infertility in the long run.


What will be the diagnosis of PID?

During your visit, your doctor will ask you for a detailed history of your symptoms and medical history, and then, with a pelvic exam, examine the organs inside your pelvis.

They may also use cervical culture or your urine culture to help make an accurate diagnosis.


Why and how do women get PID?

The disease occurs when bacteria travel through the vagina and enter the uterus, from where they spread into the right and left, fallopian tubes and pelvic.

There are many infectious agents and bacteria that cause PID.

Two important types of these infectious agents are:

Once a woman gets the disease, she will be more at risk of getting PID again in the future than healthy women.

Women of childbearing age are more likely than other age groups to develop PID.

It is more common in people under the age of twenty-five than in people over the age of twenty-five because in younger women and adolescents, the cervix is ​​unable to prevent infectious agents from entering the uterus.


How is PID treatment done?

Treatments will not eliminate the damage but prevent the progression and formation of new damage.

Also, if you are a woman who has pelvic pain and pain during intercourse and you experience unusual and foul-smelling vaginal discharge, be sure to see a doctor.

Unfortunately, some people are silently carriers of infectious agents

The basis of PID treatment is appropriate antibiotics that should be prescribed by your doctor after examination and diagnosis.

Often more than one bacterium will cause PID, so start treatment with at least two antibiotics

Sometimes it is necessary to be hospitalized for antibiotics for intravenous injection

 Hospitalization is mandatory in the following cases:

Women with PID should know that examination and sometimes treatment of their sexual partner will also be necessary.


What are the complications of PID?


Prevention of PID

In case of any symptoms such as burning urination, abnormal vaginal discharge and odor, unusual sores and bleeding, see a doctor as soon as possible.


The final word

Take tests for sexually transmitted infections seriously

One in eight women with PID will have a very difficult pregnancy and often the rest of the pregnancy will be comfortable for the rest of the women.

PID is curable and with timely treatment many permanent injuries can be prevented