- Oophoritis symptoms
- Oophoritis reasons
- Treatment of the Oophoritis
Oophoritis – an inflammation of ovaries. The oophoritis in most cases proceeds in combination with an inflammation of uterine tubes (salpingitis).
Distinguish acute, subacute and chronic stages of a disease.
The main symptoms indicating probability of an initial stage of an oophoritis are frustration of an urination, emergence of pains in a stomach bottom, emergence plentiful purulent is more white, sharp pains at sexual intercourse. Existence of a gonokkokovy infection (gonorrhea) at the sexual partner or can serve now as a signal for obligatory inspection since gonorrhea can proceed long time at the woman asymptomatically in the past, leading to serious complications.
The oophoritis is caused by various infections (gonnokok, escherichias, chlamydias, etc.) along with which a provocative factor abortions, childbirth, periods can serve. In most cases defeat by an oophoritis is caused for the second time by salpingitis complications.
Treatment of the Oophoritis:
Treatment of an oophoritis depends on a stage of a disease, character of a current, and also individual portability of the patient of various drugs. A crucial role in treatment of an oophoritis its early and correct diagnosis is.
At acute process treatment is carried out in a hospital: rest, ice on a stomach bottom (in the first days), anesthetics, antibiotics, streptocides, calcium chloride; in a subacute stage carefully begin physiotherapeutic treatment (quartz locally or on other area of a body, etc.).
In a chronic stage all types of physical therapy and a balneolecheniye are shown. At a disease recurrence prescription of antibiotics and streptocides is not shown as the aggravation is, as a rule, caused not by reinfection and not activation of autoinfection. If conservative treatment unsuccessfully, and appendages of a uterus are considerably increased (sactosalpinx), surgical treatment is shown. Gonorrheal and tubercular oophorites are subject to specific treatment.