Eight Tips for Patients about Daily Care of the Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Author: John
Time: 2019/8/5 18:36:38

pelvic inflammatory disease is one of the common gynecological diseases in women with a high rate of recurrence after treatment. Therefore, daily pelvic health care is also essential, and poor treatment will cause other gynecological diseases. So what should women do in daily life to reduce the recurrence of pelvic inflammatory disease?


1. Patients with acute or subacute pelvic inflammation should keep bowels regular and observe the characteristics of their stools. If you see pus in your stool or have tenesmus, you should go to the hospital immediately to see a doctor, in order to prevent a pelvic abscess from bursting the intestinal wall and causing acute peritonitis.

2. Patients with PID should also pay attention to dietary care and strengthen nutrition. When they have a fever, it is advised to keep a light and digestible diet. Pear juice, apple juice, and watermelon juice can be given to patients with high fever and impairment of body fluids, but it should not be iced.

If patients have yellow leucorrhea of large quantity and thick texture belong to the damp-heat syndrome, this kind of patients should not eat fried, baked, greasy or spicy food. 

If patients have less abdominal pain, afraid of cold, and backache, then they belong to the type of cold condensation and stagnation of vital energy. Ginger soup, brown sugar water, cinnamon, and other tonifying food can be given in their diet. 

However, If the patients have a burning sensation of five centers, lower back pain, it means they belong to the type of kidney-yin deficiency, it is advised to eat meat and eggs which are rich in nutrition.

3. If Patients have vaginal bleeding after periods, abortions and gynecological surgery, such as IUD placement and removal, sexual life, swimming, tub bathing, Sanna bathing must be prohibited and changing sanitary napkins frequently is necessary. Therefore, when body resistance decreases, pathogenic bacteria are easy to enter and cause infection.


4. Eliminate all kinds of infections, keep the perineum clean and dry, wash the vulva with clean water every night, do not share the basin with other people. Do not wash the vagina with your hands, nor can you wash the vulva with hot water, soap, etc. There will be a large amount of leucorrhea, viscous, so you have to change underwear every day, avoid tight-fitting underwear made of chemical fiber.

5. some patients with the chronic pelvic inflammatory disease often take antibiotics arbitrarily once they feel a bit uncomfortable, long-term abuse of antibiotics can cause vaginal flora disorders, resulting in increased vaginal secretions and white bean dregs-like leucorrhea. At this time, patients should immediately go to the hospital for treatment. Patients can also take the conservative natural medicine Fuyan Pill, which has the effect of clearing heat and toxic material, nourishing the spleen and disinhibit dampness, promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis. It can also sterilize and eliminate inflammation, restore the balance of vaginal flora, fundamentally treat chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, and will not produce drug resistance.

6. Pay attention to the quantity, texture, color, and smell of leucorrhea. If there is a large amount of leucorrhea of thick yellow color with smelly odor, it shows that the condition is severe. On the contrary, if the leucorrhea is turning from yellow to white (or light yellow), variable and less variable, and the smell tends to be normal (slightly sour), it indicates that the condition has improved.

7. Patients who have fever usually sweat more during fever abatement. They should pay attention to keeping warm and keep their bodies dry. After sweating, they should change their clothes and pants to avoid air conditioning or direct convection.


8. Patients who are diagnosed as acute or subacute pelvic inflammatory disease must actively cooperate with treatment following the doctor's advice. Rest in bed or take a semi-recumbent position to facilitate the localization of inflammation and discharge of secretions.

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