Uterine infection

What is Uterine infection?

Endometritis refers to inflammation of the endometrium, the inner lining of the uterus. Pathologists have traditionally classified endometritis as either acute or chronic: acute endometritis is characterized by the presence of microabscesses or neutrophils within the endometrial glands, while chronic endometritis is distinguished by variable numbers of plasma cells within the endometrial stroma. The most common cause of endometritis is infection. Symptoms include lower abdominal pain, fever and abnormal vaginal bleeding or discharge. Caesarean section, prolonged rupture of membranes and long labor with multiple vaginal examinations are important risk factors. Treatment is usually with broad-spectrum antibiotics.

The term "endomyometritis" is sometimes used to specify inflammation of the endometrium and the myometrium.

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my mother is 67 yr olds . she has never had any surgery. she has not been feeling well for the last two yrs., shes been to doctors. she has started...

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Yes mam in my opinion she should get a hysteroscopy done because bleeding at the age of 67 is not normal and moreover she is loosing weight so she...

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My wife was having severe pain on both sides of her pelvics 5 and half weeks after her last menustration. When we went to see a doctor he told us...

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Hi, Hm,
Thanks for query.
Uterine infection might be due to got infection from outside means from local parts like infection in vagina,urinary...

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Sir I have two children and I do not want more children and family planning . So please tell me about copper “T” or another suitable thing who...

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hi , welcome to HCM
if you have 2 children n you dont want more then you should to tubectomy. as copper T has some coplication also , it cause...

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