Lots of people hold the view that vaginitis is too mild to cure. They also take the opinion that no severe damages will be caused, if people leave the vaginitis untreated. However, the vaginitis isn't such a disease. If left this condition untreated, women can experience a large number of complications like pelvic inflammatory disease, immunity problem, cervical erosion and even infertility. But why the vaginitis can bring infertility to women? Let's figure out the reason one by one. 1. Inner vaginal environment can be changed by vaginitis The vaginitis can change the inner environment of vagina, like PH and the bacterial environment. Since sperm can only survive in alkaline and healthy environment. What's more, the changed bacterial environment can also makes the sperm easy to be swallowed. Therefore, the changed environment can reduce the survival rate of sperm. 2. itch or pain caused by vaginitis can affect the sexual activity Vaginitis not only can bring lots of complications to women, but also can bring lots of symptoms such as itch or pain to women. Therefore, the vaginitis can also affect the quality of sex between couples. If couples cannot have sex frequently, the conceiving rate will be very low. 3. Premature delivery If pregnant women have vaginitis, the candida in the vagina can flow upward to via the cervix and enter into the uterus, leading to premature delivery. Therefore, this is the third aspect that why the vaginitis can bring infertility problem to women. The best way to prevent infertility caused by vaginitis is taking annual health check-ups. However, since lots of women don't know too much about this disease, it is late when they find out this disease. the treatment of this disease is various, but the most effective and awesome pill is herbal formula — fuyan Pill, because of the function promoting blood circulation, improving Qi, clearing away heat and toxic materials, and releasing pain, vaginitis and its complications can be cured with around three months.View Thread
PID is short for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. It is an infection of the female reproductive organs. PID is one of the most serious complications of a sexually transmitted disease in women. It can lead to irreversible damage to the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, or other parts of the female reproductive system.
Hydrotubation is a traditional treatment for tubal blockage. There are patients did get their PID cured by hydrotubation and get pregnant after hydrotubation.
In the past, when reproductive technology was primitive, hydrotubation used to be a popular procedure for treating infertile women. The logic was simple. If the tubes were blocked, then "flushing" them with a liquid would result in opening them, as a result of the applied mechanical pressure. Often, doctors would add antibiotics, steroids and herbs to the fluid used for flushing, with the hope that these medicines would help to improve the efficacy of hydrotubation in improving tubal function. Hydrotubation were very popular with patients. They were simple to perform — and were cheap. They appealed to patients because they seemed to make a lot of sense — isn't it best to treat a local problem with the help of local measures?
However, there are also scientific explanations about how hydrotubation shouldn't be recommended as a treatment for PID. According to them none of the techniques involved in hydrotubation helped at all. Because the fallopian tubes are far more sophisticated than a plumber's pipe, and flushing them will not get the delicate cells which line the tube to start working properly. However, when there was nothing better to offer, hydrotubation was all poor doctors could perform, so the procedure remained popular for many decades. If hydrotubation was a harmless procedure, it really would not matter much. However, it does have major downsides. For one, it's painful. Secondly, it's often repeated many times. It wastes precious time — and patients get fed up and lose confidence in doctors when it does not work. Even worse, it can actually cause infertility, by introducing an infection into the pelvis, causing pelvic inflammatory disease and tubal blockade.
As stated above, Hydrotubation is an obsolete procedure — instead of being a treatment for PID. It could lead to worse.
If it is diagnosed at an early stage, PID can be treated easily and effectively with antibiotics prescribed by your GP or a doctor in a sexual health clinic. However, if the condition is left untreated it can lead to more serious, long-term complications.
Instead of western medication like antibiotics, you can choose Chinese herbal medication. There is no doubt that herbal medication has an obvious advantage, it has no side effect. There is one specific Chinese herbal medication for specific women diseases like PID. It is called Fuyan Pill and it is been proven that it is harmless and effective.View Thread
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Please help me, everytime when I have my menstrual period, I also experienced rectal pain, that feels like I have the urge to defecate all the time..so every month ineed to take ibuprofen q6 for 3 days...View Thread
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