Embryo discontinuation is something many pregnant mothers do not want to see, but some pregnant mothers cause embryos to stop developing because of certain factors. Therefore, mothers who are newly pregnant should be alert to the following factors that may affect the embryonic development ~What disease factors will cause embryo suspension? 1, uterine malformation, uterine abnormality and other factors The causes of early pregnancy embryo suspension include uterine malformation, such as uterine dysplasia, single-horned uterus, double uterus and uterine mediastinum. Abnormal uterus, such as intrauterine adhesions, uterine fibroids, endometrial diseases, cervical insufficiency, etc., these can affect the intrauterine environment and the blood supply of the uterus, thereby affecting embryo implantation and development. 2. Genetic factors The abnormality of chromosome number or structure, genetic polymorphism, genetic mutation, genetic pre-thrombotic state, endocrine or reproductive tract structural abnormalities of both husband and wife and embryos are all genetic abnormalities. Chromosomal abnormalities are one of the most common causes of embryo suspension in early pregnancy. It accounts for 50% to 60% of embryos gestational age & 8 weeks of gestation. Large Y chromosome refers to the extension of the heterochromatin region, making the Y chromosome length ≥ chromosome 18, the patient’s sperm has various abnormalities (no sperm, less sperm, dead sperm, sperm malformation), infertility, growth retardation and so on. 3. Infectious factors Infectious factors that lead to early pregnancy embryo suspension include systemic infections and female reproductive tract infections. Chlamydia and mycoplasma are the two main pathogens causing female reproductive tract infections. It can cause cervical mucosal epithelial damage and cause intrauterine infection, which can damage the integrity of the fetal membrane and cause embryo suspension. 4. Immune factors The same kind of immune abnormality refers to the abnormality of the immune tolerance mechanism between the mother and the fetus. The embryo is attacked by the immune response of the mother to produce a rejection reaction. The implantation of fertilized eggs in the mother’s body can be regarded as a kind of allogeneic allogeneic transplantation. The embryo and the mother’s complex and special immune relationship make the mother’s immune tolerance and the embryo is not rejected. Studies have shown that the number of embryonic developmental disorders is positively correlated with abnormal immune function. 5. Endocrine factors Insufficient corpus luteum function, increased prolactin, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease, etc. are important endocrine factors that cause embryo suspension, which can affect the function of the hypothalamus-pituitary-ovarian axis, mainly manifested as progesterone and Abnormal secretion of its metabolites causes early abortion. 6. The prethrombotic state is prone to thrombosis. The general view is that the hypercoagulable state changes the blood flow state of the uterine placenta, and it is easy to form local microthrombi, or even placental infarction, which reduces the blood supply to the placenta. The embryo or fetus ischemic and hypoxic causes the embryo or Fetal dysplasia and miscarriage. Through the above introduction, it is presumed that everyone should have a more comprehensive understanding of the reasons for the embryos to stop developing and also have a certain understanding of the measures to prevent the embryos from stopping development. This situation is more likely to happen in the life of embryos. Therefore, it is hoped that pregnant mothers can take good care of their bodies and successfully deliver healthy babies.
There are many problems affecting the fertility of couples of childbearing age. Among them, the infertility caused by the woman’s uterus is also relatively common. Adenomyosis is one of them. So if you have adenomyosis and want to do IVF pregnancy, can you? Can adenomyosis be successful in test tube? adenomyosis is a gynecological disease in which the normal endometrium invades into the muscle wall, accompanied by each menstrual period, and shows diffuse hyperplasia of the myometrium. Because the uterine muscle layer is filled with some endometrial material, the volume of the uterus becomes larger. In severe cases, the uterus is even several times larger than the normal volume. The enlarged uterus will cause the uterine muscles to contract intensively, which will make the embryo difficult to implant. The patient It is easy to have premature delivery or miscarriage after pregnancy. The effect of adenomyosis on pregnancy is mainly in the fallopian tubes. When the endometrial glands and interstitium begin to invade the myometrium, a limited or diffuse lesion will form, and then the uterine horn will also begin to change, and then press the opening of the fallopian tube. , Resulting in obstruction of the fallopian tubes, so that sperm and eggs can not meet, resulting in infertility. What is the success rate of test-tube infants with adenomyosis? According to the patient’s own physical condition, there are many cases of test-tube success in adenomyosis clinically. It is recommended that patient friends do pre-physical examinations in advance, and then through the doctor’s targeted conditioning program, and then enter the test tube cycle, which is more conducive to the improvement of the success rate of test tube babies.
Gynecological tumors can occur at any age, and the most common is 20-50 years old. Both internal and external female genitalia can grow, and the simplest in the external genitals are vaginal wall cysts. Internal genitalia such as uterine fibroids and various ovarian tumors. Because the uterus and ovary are located in the pelvic cavity, commonly known as “in the stomach”, it is impossible to directly touch it when it is invisible, and there is no symptom in the early stage, and there is no good method for early diagnosis and identification of good and evil. “Therefore, the nature of the preoperative judgment is not completely reliable. The following aspects suggest that you may have a gynecological tumor: a mass found in the abdomen, the growth rate can be different between fast and slow, generally speaking, malignant mass, benign slow, sometimes irregular vaginal bleeding or irregular menstruation, and adhesion to the surrounding organs, It is also a red flag and you should seek medical treatment as soon as possible. This is also not normal when feeling abdominal pain of various degrees and nature. Then there are more leucorrhea, and abnormal color and taste should be checked. Especially after the tumor grows to a certain size, it will affect its front and back “neighbors”, showing symptoms of large and small urine. The bladder is in front of the uterus. After compression, there may be frequent urination, urgency, and poor urination. The back of the uterus is close to the rectum, and the intestine is compressed by the tumor, and constipation may occur. Give a few examples to illustrate the common symptoms of ovarian tumors, such as lower abdominal discomfort after exercise, often caused by the pedicles involved in the tumor. Most benign tumors grow from one side from the bottom up, and malignant tumors can also have ascites in the early stage. When a large tumor oppresses the diaphragm, symptoms of dyspnea appear. Compression of the inferior vena cava can cause edema of the lower extremities. Sudden sudden abdominal pain, gynecological diseases are mostly benign tumor pedicle torsion, occasionally rupture, bleeding and infection. Malignant tumors are invading and growing, with abdominal, lower back, and leg pain. If the abdomen is clumped with chest and ascites, the three appear at the same time called the Mager’s sign, which is a manifestation of ovarian fibroids. Endocrine function tumors cause menstrual disorders.
What is the normal thickness of the endometrium? This problem can halo everyone every time; when it is too thin then it is too thick; sometimes it becomes thicker or thinner without worry; sometimes it affects pregnancy. In fact, every month the endometrium continuously changes periodically under the action of the estrogen and progesterone secreted by the ovaries, so every time we look at the cycle to see if the thickness of the endometrium is normal. Menstrual period The initial stage of the menstrual cycle is the menstrual period. The endometrium is necrotic and exfoliated and flows out with menstrual blood. At this time, the endometrium is very thin, and it should be less than 5mm under normal circumstances. If the endometrium is near the end of the menstrual period The thickness is still more than 7mm, which means that the endometrial peeling is not complete and is abnormal. The follicular development period then enters the follicular development period, at which time the follicles in the ovary begin to develop and the endometrium thickens. If the diameter of the dominant follicle reaches or exceeds 15mm, the thickness of the endometrium should be 7-8mm or more. In normal women, the thickness of the endometrium can reach about 9mm. If, on the 10th day of the menstrual cycle, the ovary is polycystic and no dominant follicles are seen in both ovaries, the thickness of the endometrium is 5 mm at this time. This situation cannot be said that the endometrium is thin because there is no Large follicles exist, there is no corresponding estradiol in the body, and of course the endometrium will not be thick. If the diameter of the dominant follicle reaches 18mm and the thickness of the endometrium is 5mm, this situation can be said to be thin, which is definitely a problem. There are many reasons, for example, oral administration of certain drugs affects endometrial hyperplasia, and the presence of intrauterine adhesions leads to endometrial hyperplasia. The specific reasons need to be combined with B-ultrasound specific analysis. Cases of infertility caused by thin endometrium: Ms. Li’s factor of thin endometrium has suffered from infertility for 3 years. Ms. Li was very happy when she was pregnant for the first time, but her joy did not last long, and she developed symptoms of threatened miscarriage. Even if she was careful, she still miscarried in the 12th week. Due to an incomplete abortion, she underwent uterine surgery. In the next 3 years, Ms. Li did not conceive her baby again. She realized that her body might have a problem, and she went to various hospitals for many times. The problem was not solved. After many setbacks, Ms. Li heard from her friend that she came to Beijing Weiren Hospital. In our hospital, she was diagnosed as having a thin endometrium due to curettage, and it was difficult to implant the embryo, which made her infertile. In response to Ms. Li’s problems, Dr. Cheng treated her with estrogen supplementation. After treatment, Ms. Li became pregnant again. Now she has successfully given birth to a healthy and cute baby! Endometrial shape In addition to the thinness of the endometrium, doctors also look at the shape of the endometrium to determine whether it is normal. For example, patients often ask: What does it mean that the endometrial echo is uneven? The endometrial echo is uneven. There are some point-like or sheet-like high echoes between the uterine cavity line and the upper and lower lines. Some patients have a clear high echo near the uterine cavity line, which is endometrial polyps. The obvious interruption of the cervical line is usually a sign of cervical adhesions.  . Summary In general, the size of the follicle reaches 18mm-25mm, and the thickness of the endometrium reaches 8mm-12mm, so that women can become pregnant and have children. If the follicle is less than 18mm, the fertilization ability is poor, and it is more difficult to get pregnant after being discharged; if it is greater than 25mm, the follicle is difficult to be discharged, it is easy to be luteinized, and it is impossible to get pregnant normally. The endometrium is also the same, too thin or too thick are not conducive to implantation of fertilized eggs, even if implanted, it is prone to miscarriage, fetal abortion, and ultimately lead to female infertility.
Uterine cysts are common in women between the ages of 20 and 40. Many women are troubled by uterine cysts. Uterine cysts directly endanger women’s health and family life. Many reasons are because women do not understand uterine cysts and do not know clearly. Today, please ask experts to explain the knowledge of uterine cysts. What are the symptoms of uterine cysts? Uterine cysts are clinically manifested as lower abdominal pain, lower abdominal discomfort, increased leucorrhea, yellow leucorrhea, leucorrhea odor, menstrual disorders, and usually a firm and painless swollen in the lower abdomen, sometimes There will be pain in intercourse. When cysts affect hormone production, symptoms such as irregular vaginal bleeding or increased hairs may appear. Cysts and torsion occur, there are severe abdominal pain, dysphoria, difficulty breathing, decreased appetite, nausea and fever. Larger cysts can cause compression near the bladder, causing frequent urination and difficulty urinating. Especially when these symptoms are more serious, bleeding is frequent and occur at the same time, women are more likely to have uterine cysts, and the harm of malignant uterine cancer is greater. Therefore, experts warmly remind the majority of patients to seek medical treatment in a timely manner after diagnosis of uterine cysts, so as not to aggravate the condition and cause irreparable losses. Experts pointed out that patients with uterine cysts must develop good habits in diet, which is not only conducive to the treatment of uterine cysts, but also conducive to strengthening physical fitness. Uterine cysts should be treated immediately when they find that the growth rate of uterine cysts is fast. Sudden paroxysmal colic in the lower abdomen, gynecological examination or B-ultrasound suggesting that the uterine tumor is reversed, treatment measures should also be taken in time. Weak, easy to catch a cold or be infected by bacteria, so pay special attention to hygiene during this period. The above is a detailed introduction of the symptoms of uterine cysts, hoping to attract the attention of female friends. If you have symptoms of uterine cysts, you must go to the hospital in time to avoid delaying the condition, so as not to cause harm to your health, and to avoid other gynecological diseases from taking advantage of it.
What are the hazards of uterine cysts? Uterine cysts are a rare disease that are easily overlooked clinically and can be divided into congenital and acquired uterine cysts. Experts say: female uterine cysts mainly include nanocysts and clever cysts. The sac is on both sides or one side of the uterus. The sac is the cervix. It affects the menstrual cycle and menstrual period, so it also affects pregnancy. Let me tell you how serious the harm of uterine cysts is. I hope it can help everyone. How serious is the harm of uterine cysts? What are the harms of uterine cysts? 1, abortion or premature birth If the uterine cyst is relatively large, it may squeeze the uterus and affect the growth of the uterus, causing abortion or premature birth. 2, dystocia If the uterine cyst is too large, it may squeeze the uterus and fetus, make the fetal position abnormal, affect the normal delivery, and may obstruct the birth canal, resulting in dystocia. 3. Inflammation If uterine cysts cannot be treated in time, the cysts may be enlarged, and the pathogenic bacteria of the uterine cysts may also spread the infection, causing other chronic inflammation, and may also cause upward infection to cause endometritis. 4. Impact on the fetus The uterine cyst itself will not affect the fetus, but if the cyst causes complications, urgent surgery is needed, or the cyst is found to be malignant and urgently needs treatment, it will affect the fetus, and may even have to give up because of it. fetus. 5. Infertility Women have increased leucorrhea and increased vaginal secretions. Usually purulent leucorrhea is secreted, which may affect the sperm entering the cervix, which will affect pregnancy. At the same time, there are a large number of white blood cells in the leucorrhea and secretions. These white blood cells may engulf and kill sperm, which may also affect the pregnancy of women.
Last year, a patient left a deep impression on Miao brother. The woman’s surname is Hong, her name is Suzhen, and her age is 28. Her face is beautiful, but her skin color is not as red as her surname, but very white. Some people say: Bai is not good? Cover all ugliness! But she wasn’t the kind of natural skin white, but the anemia was severely lacking the pale white, even her lips were white. Because of the name Suzhen, coupled with pale skin, Miao brother often mistakenly thinks that she is called Bai Suzhen. As soon as this Miss Hong came to the Miaoge clinic, she began to tell her situation: “Doctor, I have felt that I have more menstruation in recent years. Last year, my uterine fibroids were checked out in our local hospital, and I still have anemia. I didn’t have time for surgery at that time, so I took blood supplements intermittently. I have recently felt that I have little energy and sometimes dizziness and tinnitus. Now that my husband and I have plans to have a child, we want to adjust our body.” “Ms. Bai, you …” “Doctor, my surname is Hong.” “I’m sorry I’m sorry, Ms. Hong, I suspect that you have anemia, you need to draw a blood and then review a gynecological ultrasound.” Miao brother’s mouth is stupid, but the diagnosis and treatment ideas are still clear. Many women’s anemia is related to their menstruation. Some gynecological diseases can lead to increased menstrual flow and prolonged menstruation. Hemorrhage is more prone to anemia, and uterine fibroids are one of the common diseases. In the case of Ms. Hong, who has severe anemia and has fertility requirements, it is best to correct the anemia before pregnancy and reduce the risk of pregnancy. Mild anemia reduces maternal resistance during pregnancy and tolerance during childbirth, and maternal and fetal harm caused by moderate and severe anemia is more harmful. Maternal and severe anemia will affect the exchange of oxygen and nutrients between the mother and fetus. Fetal hypoxia, nutritional deficiencies, growth and development will definitely be affected, and there is even a risk of stillbirth. Maternal mid-severe anemia can not be corrected during pregnancy, hemorrhagic shock is prone to occur during childbirth, and even severe anemia can induce maternal heart disease and increase the risk of death. This Ms. Hong’s uterine fibroids are not dealt with, and it is difficult to correct the anemia just by blood-enriching drugs. She listened to the advice given by Miao brother, went to the gynecology department for surgery to remove uterine fibroids, and took oral blood supplements to correct anemia after surgery and followed up in the medical department. After almost a year of conditioning, she successfully became pregnant. That day, she hung Miaoge’s number for the birth inspection. It was no longer the “white” Suzhen with a pale face, but Hong Suzhen with a ruddy face.
Gynecological tumors can occur at any age, and the most common is 20-50 years old. Both internal and external female genitalia can grow, and the simplest in the external genitals are vaginal wall cysts. Internal genitalia such as uterine fibroids and various ovarian tumors. Because the uterus and ovary are located in the pelvic cavity, commonly known as “in the stomach”, it is impossible to directly touch it when it is invisible, and there is no symptom in the early stage, and there is no good method for early diagnosis and identification of good and evil. “Therefore, the nature of the preoperative judgment is not completely reliable. The following aspects suggest that you may have a gynecological tumor: a mass found in the abdomen, the growth rate can be different between fast and slow, generally speaking, malignant mass, benign slow, sometimes irregular vaginal bleeding or irregular menstruation, and adhesion to the surrounding organs, It is also a red flag and you should seek medical treatment as soon as possible. This is also not normal when feeling abdominal pain of various degrees and nature. Then there are more leucorrhea, and abnormal color and taste should be checked. Especially after the tumor grows to a certain size, it will affect its front and back “neighbors”, showing symptoms of large and small urine. The bladder is in front of the uterus. After compression, there may be frequent urination, urgency, and poor urination. The back of the uterus is close to the rectum, and the intestine is compressed by the tumor, and constipation may occur. Take a few examples to illustrate the common symptoms of ovarian tumors, such as lower abdominal discomfort after activity, often caused by the pedicles involving the tumor. Most benign tumors grow from one side from the bottom up, and malignant tumors can also have ascites in the early stage. When a large tumor oppresses the diaphragm, symptoms of dyspnea appear. Compression of the inferior vena cava can cause edema of the lower extremities. Sudden sudden abdominal pain, gynecological diseases are mostly benign tumor pedicle torsion, occasionally rupture, bleeding and infection. Malignant tumors are invading and growing, with abdominal, lower back, and leg pain. If the abdomen is clumped with chest and ascites, the three appear at the same time called the Mager’s sign, which is a manifestation of ovarian fibroids. Endocrine function tumors cause menstrual disorders.
“Dysmenorrhea can be tolerated and passed”. At present, many women think that dysmenorrhea is not a disease, and often hold a good attitude. In fact, this idea is very irresponsible. Point out: Dysmenorrhea may be your early warning signal of health. If you do not find the cause and treat it in time, it may cause serious problems. One of the diseases behind dysmenorrhea: endometriosis Many genital lesions can cause secondary dysmenorrhea, of which endometriosis is the culprit causing secondary dysmenorrhea. The main manifestation is progressive dysmenorrhea. The pain is mostly located in the lower abdomen and lumbosacral region, which can be spread to the vagina, perineum, anus or thigh. It usually starts from 1 to 2 days before menstruation, and it is the most intense on the first day of menstruation, which continues to gradually disappear after menstruation, so the longer the menstrual period, the longer the pain lasts longer, which is the most manifested in patients with endometriosis prominent. Endometriosis is mostly treated with a combination of Chinese and Western medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine mainly focuses on the characteristics of dysmenorrhea caused by congestion, and the method of removing blood stasis depends on the method of removing blood stasis. According to the changes of patients’ menstrual cycle, appropriate medicine can be used to relieve dysmenorrhea and achieve better results. Western medicine is mainly used for surgical treatment of patients with severe ectopic conditions or non-fertile patients. Radiofrequency ablation is a relatively advanced minimally invasive treatment method. It can not only detect early diseases, but also diagnose and treat at the same time without suffering from abdominal pain. The second disease behind dysmenorrhea: uterine fibroids uterine fibroids are uterine tumors that grow into the uterine cavity. Because the surface of the fibroid is covered with the endometrium and occupies the uterine cavity, it affects the discharge of menstrual blood, which can cause Abnormal uterine contraction, dysmenorrhea, accompanied by excessive menstrual flow and cycle disorders. The adjacent organs will show symptoms of compression. When fibroids become degenerated or when the pedicles of the subserosal fibroids are twisted, severe abdominal pain may occur. With the widespread use of minimally invasive techniques in gynecology, a coagulation knife minimally invasive technique that can destroy fibroids and preserve the uterus came out in the United States and was quickly introduced into the country. It uses 4-8 superconducting needles with thermocouples that are monitored by the computer throughout the process. Under the guidance of ultrasound, it directly reaches the tumor tissue through the natural cavity to dehydrate and coagulate the uterine muscle (gland) tumor during the thermal coagulation process. Inactivation, some are absorbed, shed or disappeared by the body, and restore the normal function of the uterus structure, so as to destroy the fibroids and preserve the uterus. It is characterized by preserving the integrity of the uterus, no surgery, no hospitalization, no pain, no complications, fast recovery, and follow the treatment.
. . . You can sleep as you like in the first trimester. As long as you don’t sleep on your stomach during the second trimester, you can lie on your side or on your back. It is generally recommended that the left side is in the third trimester. With the increase of the fetus, the uterus is also enlarged during the second and third trimesters, which will compress the inferior vena cava and abdominal aorta, resulting in poor blood flow, and the inferior vena cava is biased to the right side of the spine. Improve the right rotation of the uterus, which can reduce the uterine vascular tone, increase the blood flow of the placenta, improve the oxygen supply of the fetus in the uterus, and benefit the growth and development of the fetus. , But it is also recommended. It is impossible to sleep in a posture all night, and the standard for measuring the suitability of a sleeping posture is comfortable. As long as the mother is comfortable, the baby is also comfortable. If the left lying position makes you uncomfortable and uncomfortable, then change your sleeping position decisively and change your right side. If a certain sleeping position will significantly increase fetal movement and fetal treasure kicks and beats, it is obvious that the baby tells you that he is uncomfortable and needs to change his sleeping position.
Endometriosis refers to a gynecological disease formed by the growth of the endometrium, which grows and reproduces outside the uterine covering surface. The clinical manifestations of endometriosis are sometimes inconsistent with the degree of lesions. In patients with severe clinical manifestations, the lesions may be mild or limited, and patients with extensive lesions or even severely deformed pelvic anatomy have clinical manifestations. But very little. So, what are the 7 obvious signs of endometriosis? 1. Infertility: About 50% of patients with endometriosis are accompanied by infertility, and about 30-40% of patients with unexplained infertility Endometriosis. Endometriosis suffers from infertility, often caused by factors such as pelvic masses, adhesions, blocked fallopian tubes, follicular development, or ovulation disorders. Once pregnant, the ectopic endometrium is suppressed and shrinks, which is very important for endometriosis. With good treatment, some cases of habitual abortion are caused by endometriosis. 2. Dysmenorrhea: The clinical feature of endometriosis is progressive dysmenorrhea, which is a common and prominent feature, mostly secondary, that is, since endometriosis has occurred, the patient complains that there was no pain when menstrual cramps occurred in the past. Dysmenorrhea begins in a period, which can occur before, during and after menstruation. Some dysmenorrhea is severe and unbearable. You need to rest in bed or use yao to relieve pain, or even “kang” or hit your head. The pain often increases with the menstrual cycle and disappears after the menstruation ends, but 21% of domestic reports about no dysmenorrhea . 3. Periodic rectal irritation symptoms: Progressively increased periodic rectal irritation symptoms are rare in other gynecological diseases and are the most valuable symptom for the diagnosis of this disease. The rectum, anus, and genitals are swollen, painful, heavy feelings after bowel movements, and increased stool frequency. When the lesion gradually worsens, the symptoms become more obvious, and the symptoms disappear after menstruation. 4. Irregular menstruation: Patients with endometriosis often have a shortened menstrual cycle, increased menstrual flow or prolonged menstrual period, which indicates that the patient has ovarian dysfunction. Irregular menstruation can be used as a diagnostic reference, but it is of no value in differential diagnosis. 5. Sexual intercourse pain: When there is ectopic endometrial nodules, rectum recessed nodules or adhesions in the vaginal vault, or when the ovaries are adhered to the pelvic floor, it can produce pain during sexual intercourse. When the fibrosis hyperplasia and contraction of the posterior lobe of the broad ligament are obvious, the ureter can be exogenously compressed to make it narrow and obstructed, and urinary symptoms may also occur. In severe cases, hydroureter or hydronephrosis may occur. 6. Periodic bladder irritation symptoms: When endometriotic lesions involve bladder peritoneal refolding or invade the bladder muscle layer, menstrual urgency, frequent urination and other symptoms will occur at the same time. If the lesion invades the bladder mucosa (bladder endometriosis), there will be periodic hematuria and pain. 7. Acute abdomen during menstruation or before and after menstruation: generally ovarian endometrial cysts with puncture characteristics. Most patients undergo emergency surgery due to torsion of ovarian cysts or ectopic pregnancy. If it improves without surgery, the pelvic adhesions will increase, and it will rupture repeatedly in the future to cause acute abdomen. Expert tips: The above 7 symptoms of endometriosis do not necessarily exist alone, often several symptoms exist at the same time, such as: a patient can have symptoms such as dysmenorrhea, pelvic mass and infertility. Patients with gastrointestinal tract and urinary tract related symptoms often go to the medical department first, it is difficult to think of gynecological diseases. If you have the above gastrointestinal and urinary tract symptoms, and at the same time suffering from dysmenorrhea, sexual intercourse pain or pelvic masses and other women of childbearing age, you should consider the possibility of endometriosis.
The incidence of gynecological tumors has been on an upward trend in recent years. The most obvious increases are ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and endometrial cancer, which have increased fourfold in 20 years. As the king of gynecological tumors, the incidence of uterine fibroids in adult women is as high as 40%. Many patients with gynecological malignant tumors are unable to detect and treat in time because of insufficient awareness of prevention. Gynecological tumors are only acquired by older women? Some people think that the tumor has nothing to do with themselves, it is the elderly. What is old? The aging degree of every organ of a person is different. For women, after 30 years of age, they are actually going downhill in all aspects. This is old, not menopausal menopause is old. The older you are, the greater the risk of getting a tumor. If you give birth too late, you will risk gynecological tumors. There was a survey of college girls. About 30%-40% of people had sexual experience. If she does not get married and have children within a few years after graduation, the chance of getting cervical cancer and other gynecological tumors will increase. Is cancer related to heredity? All cancers may be related to heredity. I often ask patients, does anyone in the family have cancer? The patient replied: “No.” I will ask grandpa and grandpa still there? Are the parents healthy? The patient replied: “Grandpa and grandpa died early.” How early? “They died when my mother was a child.” This family history may be problematic. Some people will say that grandma is breast cancer and uncle is lung cancer. How can I get cervical cancer. In fact, these are related. Cancer has a series of genetic genes that may behave differently in each person (showing lung cancer in this person and cervical cancer in that person). Is it necessary to check genes to predict cancer? There are some physical examinations that can do a lot of oncogene examinations. I don’t think it is necessary to do these things. Even if you have such a gene, you may not get cancer in the future. Why do you carry such a burden so early? After a good day, do what you should do, even if there is a problem in the future, there will be remedial measures. The more births, the lower the chance of getting a gynecological tumor? Some diseases are like this, such as endometrial cancer, women who are infertile are relatively more likely to get sick. Cervical cancer is easy to get for women who have more births or more people. Every year the unit has a physical examination, so there is no need to do gynecological examination, right? I think it is necessary to have a gynecological examination. Once there was a 28-year-old female patient who found an 18 cm uterine fibroids. She didn’t see the fluoroscopy in the unit physical examination the day before because the doctor did not check her uterus for lumps during the unit physical examination. When doing B-ultrasound examination of abdominal organs, there was no uterine attachment, so a large uterine fibroids was missed. Women’s gynecological cancer screening is very important. If you have conditions, you need to do a gynecological ultrasound. If you don’t have the conditions, you must touch the uterus and attachments at the surface to see if there are any lumps. What gynecological examinations do normal women do every year? It is enough for general gynecological examination, preferably once a year. If possible, make a systematic full-body examination. Women who have sex should do gynecological examinations whenever possible. How to prevent gynecological tumors in terms of living habits? With the promotion of disease screening, we have found more and more cancer patients. Many people feel panic because of this. Everyone is afraid that cancer is normal, but there is no need to talk about cancer discoloration. After all, cancer is a small probability event. The precancerous lesions and early lesions of most cancers can be detected and treated early (the early cure rate is more than 90%). For example, if a cervical test finds a positive HPV infection, the patient will be very nervous and feel that they have cervical cancer. In fact, not all HPV infections will cause cervical cancer. About 2% of people with high-risk HPV infection may develop precancerous lesions in the future. Precancerous lesions may not always develop into cervical cancer, and even if precancerous lesions develop into Cervical cancer also has a long process of 10-20 years, and there is no time for treatment within this period. Therefore, it is enough to check regularly and find the problem as soon as possible. The other is to avoid risks. Basically, gynecological diseases have a little advantage compared to other systems, that is, they give birth to children early. In case there is a gynecological malignant tumor in the future, as long as the uterus is cut, the problem will not be a problem. So giving birth to a child at a healthy age is also good for gynecological tumors
Fetal abortion is a nightmare that every woman does not want to encounter. But in recent years, women who have undergone fetal abortion have gradually increased… 01 Why are more and more people with fetal abortion? As a high-level animal, humans will continuously accumulate pollutants and toxic and harmful substances in our natural environment. And the older you are, the more toxic and harmful substances accumulate in the body, and the impact on the reproductive cells, that is, sperm and eggs will also increase. In addition, the older the age, the higher the probability that the germ cells themselves will have problems. With the continuous development of modern society, the age of everyone who is pregnant and giving birth is generally postponed, so there are more cases of “fetal abortion”. “Fetal stop” is ultimately abortion, which belongs to spontaneous abortion. 02 What is the main reason for “tire stop”? (1) Chromosomal abnormality: The suspension caused by the abnormal development of the embryo itself actually follows the “survival of the fittest, natural selection” rule of the biological world. Chromosomal abnormalities include quantitative and structural abnormalities, the most common being triploid (21-, 13-, and 18-trisomy), and balanced translocation. (2) Endocrine disorders: Early embryonic development requires three important hormones to maintain a certain level, estrogen, progesterone and human chorionic gonadotropin. If the mother has insufficient hormones to meet the needs of embryonic development, it may cause embryo suspension. The most common of these is corpus luteum insufficiency. (3) Immune factors: including mothers with autoimmune diseases and reproductive immune abnormalities, such as systemic lupus erythematosus, anti-sperm antibodies, anti-endometrial antibodies, anti-ovarian antibodies, anti-chorionic gonadotropin antibodies, etc., may Cause embryo suspension. (4) Abnormal internal environment of conception: Popularly speaking, it is various abnormalities of the uterus, such as endometrium is too thin and too thick; uterine malformation; uterine fibroids; endometriosis and so on. (5) Infection: Severe TORCH infection in early pregnancy may cause embryo suspension. So remind everyone to prepare for pregnancy and pregnant mothers to avoid eating uncooked or contaminated food. (6) Environmental and drug factors: noise, high temperature, radiation, heavy metals, and teratogenic drug exposure. (7) The reason is unknown: some embryos have no clear cause for suspension. With the increasingly updated inspection methods, there may be more reasons to be discovered.
Uterine cysts are a type of ovarian tumor that can cause infertility. Infertility is very harmful to any woman, which has a certain impact on women’s body and mind. Uterine cysts are a kind of female gynecological diseases. Among the many diseases that affect women’s fertility, will uterine cysts affect pregnancy? Uterine cysts are a rare disease and are easily overlooked clinically. It can be divided into congenital and acquired uterine cysts, the former comes from the middle renal tube and the vice middle renal tube, which mostly occur in the posterior wall of the uterus or the bottom of the uterus. The latter are mostly secondary to benign diseases or interstitial from the serosa Cells develop. Women’s uterine cysts mainly contain nanocysts and clever cysts. Generally, cysts are painful. The cysts are on both sides or one side of the uterus. The nanocysts are the cervix, which mainly affects the menstrual cycle and menstrual period. The impact of pregnancy depends mainly on the location and size of the cyst. Some locations have an effect on pregnancy, so sperm and egg need to be implanted in the endometrium after they are combined into a fertilized egg. If the cyst occurs at the time of implantation, it will inevitably affect the conception. Even if you are pregnant, it may cause pregnancy. Adverse effects. Treatment of uterine cysts is not difficult. Generally, it is necessary to check which type of bacterial infection caused the uterine cysts. After the inspection is clear, the infection will be treated accordingly. For cysts that are not suitable for regression, you can puncture them first, and then burn them with laser, freezing and other methods. Treatment generally does not affect fertility, but if a scar is formed on the cervix, it will affect the natural delivery. Therefore, the patient’s friends also need to choose the treatment of uterine cysts carefully. The above is the impact of uterine cysts on female fertility. You can see that uterine cysts are very serious. Therefore, women who are already ill should receive treatment as soon as possible. If you have a uterine cyst, you don’t have to be nervous. It can still be cured after timely treatment. As long as the uterine cyst is cured, infertility will be resolved.
Uterine cyst is a rare gynecological disease, in clinical, it is easy to ignore uterine cyst. There are many symptoms of uterine cysts, and patients may be complicated by cervical hypertrophy. The causes of uterine cysts are more complicated. Patients need to understand the causes of uterine cysts in order to treat the symptoms. Causes of uterine cysts 1. Uterine cysts are a pathological manifestation of chronic hysteritis. During the healing process of inflammation, the newborn squamous epithelium covers the uterine glandular duct or extends into the glandular duct, blocking the glandular duct. Hyperplasia of connective tissue or scar formation around the gland tube oppresses the gland tube, narrowing or even blocking the gland tube, and drainage of glandular secretions is blocked and retained to form a cyst. 2. Uterine cysts are more common in women who have sex. After the uterine cysts are caused, if the uterine cysts are small, there is no infection and you don’t need treatment. If the uterine cysts are large, you need to actively treat them. Uterine cysts vary in size and are generally small and scattered. It can appear alone or in multiples. It can occur in any part of the uterus. 3. Due to long-term stimulation of chronic inflammation, uterine tissues repeatedly suffer from congestion and edema, inflammatory cell infiltration and connective tissue hyperplasia, resulting in hypertrophy of the uterus. In severe cases, it can be more than doubled than that of the normal uterus. And severe inflammation can cause abnormal menstruation or even infertility. The above are the common causes of uterine cysts. We should pay attention to our personal hygiene. When we get uterine cysts, we usually treat them with drugs. We should pay attention to eating habits. Don’t eat too much stimulating food. Smoking and not drinking, living regularly, changing underwear frequently, do not pad regularly, clean yourself, do not have unclean sex life.
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And discuss the mutual synergy between the two and the value and significance of pharmacological cooperation.  . . Guizhi Fuling Pills, I don’t want to spend too much time here to discuss its composition, compatibility and drug effect! Because Guizhi Fuling Pill is a classic Chinese patent medicine for the treatment of uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, adenomyosis, and adenomyoma, it is the most common drug used by clinicians across the country. There are many literatures and documents about this patent medicine online Research articles. After many adenomyosis or adenomyoma are diagnosed, the first recommendation by clinicians is Guizhi Fuling pills or capsules. But for the past 18 years, according to the information feedback from patients with adenomyosis and adenomyoma, doctor Wang Changjie has found that the effect of simply taking Guizhi Fuling pills or capsules does not satisfy them. The effect after taking three months and six months is not ideal! Unable to control or improve the symptoms or condition of adenomyosis. The majority of patients with adenomyosis have not significantly reduced their adenomyoma after taking it for three months or six months, and even some people’s condition continues Aggravated! Some consumers even took Guizhi Fuling Capsules for several months, but caused serious adverse reactions such as stomach pain and bloating because of the capsules! So what is the difference between the two dosage forms of capsules and pills? The following content will be explained together.  . . . Guizhi Fuling pills consist of drugs: Guizhi, Poria, peony bark, red peony, peach kernel. Efficacy: promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, eliminating symptoms. Indications: Women have symptoms, or blood stasis and amenorrhea, abdominal pain after menstruation, endless lochia, etc. The specifications are: pills, each pill weighing 6 grams. Usage and dosage: Oral, 1 pill at a time, 1-2 times a day. We have observed that some drugs in the formula are very bitter. If they are directly crushed into powders, that is, Chinese medicine powders, it is more difficult for patients to take them with warm water. Therefore, our ancient masters made it into a water pill to take it. One is to avoid the volatile oil containing water and run away with steam. The second is to facilitate the patient to take, to avoid the deficiencies of being crushed into powder and difficult to take.  . . . For the pharmacological analysis and modern application of Guizhi Fuling Pills, I will omit this time. For patients who want to know more, go to the Internet search. Promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, and eliminating symptoms are just the functions of Guizhi Fuling Pills, but the cause of adenomyosis and adenomyoma cannot be achieved only by promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, and eliminating symptoms. Some patients with mild adenomyosis can improve or control the symptoms and conditions of adenomyosis in the early stage after taking Guizhi Fuling pills for promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis and eliminating symptoms for three months or half a year. But for patients with moderate and severe adenomyosis or adenomyoma, the effect is not ideal! At this time, not only blood circulation, stasis reduction, and symptom elimination are needed, but also the need for warming and dispersing cold, tonifying the pain, relaxing the liver, strengthening the spleen, and promoting dampness, etc., in order to improve the treatment of adenomyosis and adenomyoma The principle of treatment to achieve the scope of further application to patients with various types of adenomyosis and adenomyoma.  . . . Through the past 18 years, we have explored the traditional Chinese medicine conservative treatment plan for this disease, constantly researching and adjusting the formula and dosage form of the medicine, and strive to maximize the effect! In recent years, in order to make it easy for patients to take and torture into a concentrated ointment, and developed an invention patent-“arrow” abdominal external plaster to match the internal ointment. Although let more than half left
The birth of life is a wonderful thing. At first it was just as big as a tadpole. After continuously absorbing nutrients, it began to flourish and grow, but one day disappeared, what would you do? In addition to genetic, infection, corpus luteum insufficiency, human chromosome abnormalities and other factors, uterine pathology is also the main reason for spontaneous abortion. Uterine fibroids This disease is mainly caused by tumor tissues that gradually deform the uterine cavity into degenerative changes, ulcers on the surface of the endometrium, and reduced blood flow to the endometrium and myometrium, which is unfavorable for implantation and development of pregnant eggs and abortion. For young women eager to give birth, enucleation of uterine fibroids can be performed without hysterectomy to maintain fertility. Cervical loosening of the cervix The pregnant woman suffering from loosening of the internal cervix generally has a miscarriage in the second trimester. This is because, as the fetus gradually grows and the amniotic fluid gradually increases, the pressure in the uterine cavity continues to increase, causing the cervical opening of the fetal membrane sac to protrude and cause the fetal membrane to rupture. The loosening of the cervix is related to factors such as previous cervical tear injury, multiple abortions, and dysplasia of the uterine isthmus. Cervical cerclage in 12-15 weeks of gestation or cervical repair in non-pregnancy period can receive good results. Uterine malformation The human uterus is a muscular organ that develops and deforms the accessory middle renal duct. Incomplete fusion of the bilateral lumens or incomplete absorption of the mediastinum after fusion can lead to congenital single-horned uterus, double-horned uterus, double uterus, and uterine mediastinum. A uterine malformation. Uterine mediastinum accounts for about 80% of uterine malformations, the most common uterine malformation for spontaneous abortion and premature delivery. The uterine mediastinum causes abortion mainly due to ischemia of the mediastinum and dysplasia of the endometrium. Insufficient blood supply after implantation of the fertilized egg affects the normal development of the fetus. In recent years, hysteroscopy has special value in the diagnosis and treatment of uterine mediastinum. Not only is it easy to confirm the diagnosis, but also mediastinal resection is possible under hysteroscopy, and surgery can significantly reduce the miscarriage rate. Uterine adhesions In patients with intrauterine adhesions, most of them have a history of endometrial damage, such as multiple abortions and excessive curettage. The pathological changes of abortion caused by intrauterine adhesions are shrinkage and deformation of the uterine cavity, endometrial sclerosis and area reduction, which affects embryo development. According to statistics, for those diagnosed with intrauterine adhesions, after surgical separation, dilatation of the palace, and comprehensive treatment with medication, the abortion rate can be reduced from 67% to 26% during the treatment period.
Xiao Huang, a 21-year-old female patient, suddenly had a severe pain in her right lower abdomen after eating dinner one day, and she vomited twice in succession, which scared her father and mother. The two parents quickly sent Xiao Huang to the hospital Hang up the emergency department. “Is it appendicitis?” Mom asked the doctor anxiously in the emergency room. The blood test report came out, suggesting that the white blood cells were high, but CT showed it was not appendicitis. After further examination, the doctor found that there was a 7cm mass on the right side of the small yellow uterus. After consultation with a gynecologist, it was considered that the ovarian cyst may be ruptured, so emergency laparoscopic surgery was performed urgently. As a result, it was found that the right ovarian cyst had indeed broken a small mouth, and there was already a lot of chocolate-colored liquid in the pelvis. Swipe to see the pictures of the affected area. On the first day after surgery, when I told Xiao Huang about the result of “chocolate cyst”, she asked me with some doubt: Did I usually eat too much chocolate? 01 “Chocolate cyst” is because “too much chocolate”? No, No, No. Chocolate cysts have nothing to do with eating chocolate. In fact, its scientific name is “endometriosis cyst”. Endometriotic cysts refer to endometrioid tissues that grow in the ovarian cortex and gradually form as the menstrual cycle bleeds. Because the old bleeding will form brown viscous liquid in the sac, like chocolate sauce, it is commonly known as “chocolate cyst”. (Picture from the photo network) Before and after menstruation and menstruation, because the tension of the cyst is large, it will cause spontaneous rupture, and the cystic fluid stimulates the peritoneum, causing Xiao Huang’s severe abdominal pain. 02 Endometriosis hazards Endometriosis hazards In endometriosis, the ovaries are the most commonly affected organs, but the uterosacral ligament of the uterus, the uterine rectum, the fallopian tubes, the intestines Ectopic endometrium may appear in the tract, bladder, and even distant lungs and breasts. (The picture is from the Internet) So although the disease is histologically benign, it has infiltration, metastasis, relapse and other malignant behaviors, and is closely related to pelvic pain and infertility. It is a very difficult disease. About 1/4 of patients with endometriosis are asymptomatic, but 60%-70% of patients will have dysmenorrhea symptoms. Xiao Huang has had dysmenorrhea since he was 16 years old. Every time he comes to menstruation, he can’t get out of bed for a day or two, and drinking brown sugar water is not good. The elderly at home often say: It’s normal for a girl to have dysmenorrhea. Too. (Pictures from the Internet) So although the symptoms of dysmenorrhea have become more and more serious in recent years, they have never been to the hospital for examination, let alone for treatment. Endometriosis is common in women of childbearing age, with an incidence of about 10-15%, but the problem of delayed diagnosis is common worldwide. It takes an average of 6.7 years from the onset of symptoms to the final definitive diagnosis. There are still many women who are found to have this disease after marriage because of infertility. The infertility rate of patients with endometriosis can be as high as 50%. Even after surgery, the cumulative recurrence rate at 5 years after surgery is as high as 40%. Therefore, the next thing after Xiao Huang’s operation is how to continue treatment, to avoid future adverse effects on fertility. 03 How to treat endometriosis? Considering that Xiao Huang is still young and has no fertility requirements in the near future, the follow-up treatment plan I have formulated for her is: 1 First, use “gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) for “false menopause treatment” for 6 months, resulting in low estrogen in the body The condition makes the ectopic endometrium atrophy and relieves dysmenorrhea. At 23 months, the reverse addition of estrogen and progesterone reduced the side effects of the drug. After 36 months, she switched to oral short-acting contraceptives or high-efficiency progestins with fewer side effects until she got married and prepared for pregnancy. During the 4th period, he was followed up every six months. Endometriosis is a disease that needs long-term management. The primary goal of our management is to help the patient get pregnant smoothly, and the secondary goal is to help her condition not progress or relapse before menopause, so this is a protracted battle. The cooperation between the doctor and the patient is required. 04Be sure to pay attention to the following symptoms during dysmenorrhea! The pain and infertility caused by endometriosis seriously affect women’s health, so for those women with dysmenorrhea, don’t take it for granted that this is a normal phenomenon. When the following symptoms appear during dysmenorrhea, please see a doctor in time. The activity is obviously limited; the response to analgesics is not good; accompanied by (headache, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea) symptoms;  . severe pain. For the endometriosis that has been clearly diagnosed, the timing of surgery, surgical method, and postoperative treatment plan should be based on age,
Endometriosis does not necessarily cause infertility, some women can still get pregnant naturally, and for endometriosis, pregnancy itself is also a treatment method, and some patients make the endometriosis after pregnancy The site disease was “treated”. Therefore, the probability of natural pregnancy in patients with endometriosis is relatively high. However, this is not to say that patients with endometriosis will be able to conceive naturally. In fact, a considerable number of patients with endometriosis face problems such as pregnancy loss or miscarriage after pregnancy. At this time, they wait blindly. Natural pregnancy is actually a waste of good treatment opportunities, so it is the correct treatment to go to a professional reproductive hospital in time. Endometriosis causes infertility, which may be caused by the endometrial tissue invading the fallopian tube to cause the fallopian tube to block, or it may be due to the invasion of the ovary to form a cyst that causes ovarian function to decline, resulting in infertility. For infertility caused by endometriosis, both couples can use test tube baby treatment to help pregnancy. Test tube baby can help patients get pregnant through in vitro fertilization + embryo transfer. In vitro fertilization can avoid the problem of tubal blockage. The ovulation promotion during the treatment of IVF can help patients with ovarian function to take out mature eggs and solve the problem of infertility caused by no ovulation or continuous ovulation. Endometriosis is one of the typical indications for test-tube babies, so when women encounter such a situation, they can get a good pregnancy through the treatment of test-tube babies in time.
In recent years, the gynecological department No. 1 in major hospitals is hard to find, and various types of women’s hospitals have sprung up, showing that the incidence of gynecological diseases is rising, which is related to many lifestyles. 1. Blind dieting. With the substantial improvement in living standards, not only have chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and diabetes emerged, but many fat girls have also appeared. There is a gynecological disease called polycystic ovary syndrome, which is manifested as obesity, amenorrhea, infertility, etc.; the risk of endometrial cancer in obese women is also greatly increased, and excessive dieting that evolves from fear of obesity can also affect menstrual cramps. Even menstrual flow is scarce or amenorrhea. Second, excessive cleaning. The female reproductive system has a natural barrier and self-cleaning function, and has inherent anti-disease and anti-disease functions. For example, there is a weak acid environment in the vagina, and a large number of Lactobacillus act as “health guards” to resist the invasion of foreign bacteria. Blindly washing the vagina with cleaning fluid will destroy the balance of bacteria in the vagina, causing fungal vaginitis, bacterial vaginitis, etc., and even ascending infection will lead to endometritis, salpingitis, and pelvic peritonitis. 3. Ignore abdominal pain. “It’s okay to have lower abdominal pain and increased leucorrhea; it’s so troublesome to go to the hospital and so on.” All these practices are undesirable. Dysmenorrhea, especially dysmenorrhea with secondary progressive aggravation, is mostly caused by adenomyosis, endometriosis, etc., and needs to be treated in different ways according to the severity. It is not the menstrual period, but the lower abdomen is swollen, the lumbosacral pain is accompanied by an increase in leucorrhea, and it is most likely to be pelvic inflammation, which needs to be treated according to the severity of the disease under the guidance of a doctor. Sudden lower abdominal pain requires caution against torsion of ovarian cyst pedicles and rupture of the corpus luteum, delaying the condition may be life-threatening. Fourth, laissez-faire behavior. The relationship between human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and cervical cancer has formed a consensus in the medical community. Sexual contact is the main way of infection. Multi-sex partners undoubtedly greatly increase the chance of HPV infection, thus increasing the incidence of cervical cancer. If you start sex prematurely because the cervical epithelial development is not yet mature, you are more likely to get sick due to poor disease resistance. Survey data shows that multiple extramarital sex partners have a 2-3 times higher risk of cervical cancer than those with a single fixed sex partner, and the incidence of cervical lesions is many times higher for those whose first sexual activity occurs before the age of 18. It is best for women to develop the following four habits: 1. Regular rest, balanced diet, and maintain standard weight; 2. Maintain good hygiene habits, changing underwear daily; 3. Cleanse yourself, healthy sex life, every year after the age of 25 Screening for cervical cancer; 4. Seek medical treatment for abdominal pain and discomfort early, and see emergency department for sudden attacks.