Friday, May 30, 2014

If you have pelvic adhesion and pain after operation, timely and properly treatment is necessary

In western medicine system, gynecologic minimally invasive surgery is a type of surgery that widely used on lots of tubal diseases and uterine diseases. According to a survey posted on health center of Wuhan city, although there are many types of gynecologic minimally invasive surgeries,laparoscopy and hysteroscopy are two that used the most.

gynecologic minimally invasive surgery has many advantages such as small traumatic, and easy to operate. However, just like coins, gynecologic minimally invasive surgery also has its disadvantages. And postoperative infection is one of the most severe disadvantage of this treatment.
Once women have infection on pelvic cavity and don’t cure it timely, pelvic infection will change into chronic type, bringing pelvic adhesion, irregular menses and pain to women. What’s more the untreated pelvic adhesion also can affect the function of Fallopian tubes and the fertilization of egg and sperm. Moreover, the inflammatory discharges also can affect the quality of sperm. Thus, pelvic adhesion is one of the most common complications of gynecologic operation and it should be cured timely.
Although pelvic infection also can be cured by gynecologic minimally invasive surgery, more harms will be brought to women. Therefore, it is better for women to take Conservative treatment to cure this disease.
Fuyan pill, invented by Dr. Lee has good curative effect on treating pelvic adhesion. In TCM, people commonly considered that pelvic adhesion is caused by Bad Qi and clod, so to cure this disease, herbal pill will focus on promoting blood circulation and clearing away heat and toxic materials.

Women who have had pelvic adhesion after operation infection, should pay more attention to health care. Fuyan pill, as a amazing treatment to pelvic adhesion, can improve the inner environment of pelvic cavity, eliminate the lesion of pelvic tissues and dissipate the pain and adjust the irregular menses. 

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