ADNEXITIS (SALPINGO-OOPHORITIS)

ANNEXITEADNEXITIS (Salpingo-oophoritis) – inflammation of the uterus (the fallopian tubes and ovaries).

There is leakage into the fallopian tubes, and then in the ovaries of staphylococcus, streptococcus, E. coli, gonococcus, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and other pathogenic microorganisms. Cocci and E. coli come from the uterus upward path, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis – with the blood from the lungs and other organs. Adnexitis can be triggered by fatigue, weakened immunity swim in cold water, and others to put off annexite treatment (even easy flowing vaginite and vulvite) can’t because of possible complications. Acute inflammation of the uterus may occur on the background of an infectious disease, due to the weakening of immunity. Thus there is a hit of the pathogen in the pelvic area of ​​the site of infection, which may be inflamed or purulent maxillary sinus glands. Transmission can occur through sexual contact, especially if the sexual contact occurs during menstruation, after abortion or other intrauterine intervention. Frequent occurrence of acute exacerbation of chronic annexite, or annexite occurs after an abortion, which is the strongest stress to the body. Exacerbated the already existing chronic inflammation of the appendages can be a hypothermia, lack of proper nutrition, stress and constant fatigue.

Magnetic and physical therapy by “Teplon” device takes place during periods of remission. Thermocouples are superimposed on her belly on the suprapubic area, or the projection of the ovaries. Exposure time is 20-40 minutes. Procedures are carried out 2 times a day. The course of treatment is 15-20 procedures.

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