Once detected, infections of the pelvic floor and urinary tract (UTI) in women should not be ignored. The issue is a lack of early detection. The signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or urinary tract infection (UTI) might be subtle at first. Some women may not show any signs or symptoms at all. As a result, these infections may become chronic, wreaking havoc on the body’s other essential organs.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) occurs when an infection spreads from the male reproductive organs to the female reproductive organs, most commonly through sexual intercourse. The causal agent, bacteria, can harm your vagina, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. You may not notice you have a problem with your reproductive organs until you have difficulties getting pregnant or have severe pelvic pain.
The signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease might be subtle and hard to spot. Some women show no signs or symptoms at all.
If you have any or all of the symptoms listed above, you should consult your gynecologists. Especially if they intensify, without wasting time. Please keep in mind that ignoring it might result in infertility.
The doctor will do a comprehensive examination to determine the extent of the damage and, as a result, what particular therapeutic action may be performed to eliminate the infection and any issues it may have caused.