Chronic oophoritis observed menstrual function by type menometrorrhagia, hypomenstrual and premenstrual syndrome, accompanied by anovulation and luteal insufficiency. Infertility in chronic pelvic inflammatory disease explained as a violation of ovarian steroidogenesis, and tubal-peritoneal factor.
BV Cure Review By kristina J. Tomlin - Adhesions in the uterine appendages can cause ectopic pregnancy. Frequent exacerbations of the disease lead to sexual disorders - decreased libido, dyspareunia. Exacerbation of chronic adnexitis arises due to increased pathogenic properties of the causative agent, re-infection, and decreased immunological properties of the host.
When exacerbation exacerbated pain, impaired general health, may increase the temperature, marked purulent discharge from the genital tract. Objective examination reveals inflammatory changes of the uterus varying severity. Diagnosis of chronic salpingo-oophoritis can be extremely difficult because chronic pelvic pain with periodic amplification occur in other diseases (endometriosis, ovarian cysts and tumors, colitis, pelvic plexites).
BV Cure Review - Certain information to suspect chronic inflammation of the uterus can be obtained with bimanual pelvic exam, hysterosalpingography and hydrosonography. Pelvic examination reveals the limited mobility of the body of the uterus (adhesions), education elongated in the uterus (hydrosalpinx). Hysteroscopy and salpingography help identify adhesions with tubal-peritoneal factor infertility (accumulation of contrast in closed cavities).
The long course of the disease with recurrent abdominal pain after failure of antibiotic treatment should be resorted to laparoscopy, which allows you to visually determine the presence or absence of chronic adnexa. These include adhesions in the pelvis, hydrosalpinx cavity on the fallopian tubes, filled with serous fluid.
The consequences of acute myocardial salpingo-oophoritis, most gonorrhea or chlamydial etiology believe adhesions between the surface of the liver and diaphragm syndrome (Fitz-Hugh-Curtis).