Intrauterine adhesions can block a successful pregnancy, what should I do?

Nowadays, more and more women are having abortions, most of them are young girls, but multiple abortions will lead to intrauterine adhesions, once intrauterine adhesions occur, it will lead to infertility, so it is very difficult for women to conceive. So what to do to get pregnant after intrauterine adhesions Today I will give you a detailed introduction.

Causes of intrauterine adhesions:

1. Inflammatory infection

Intrauterine adhesions can block a successful pregnancy, what should I do?

Inflammation of infection is main factor causing uterine adhesions. Intrauterine infection with uterine tuberculosis, postmenopausal senile endometritis, secondary infection after uterine surgery, postpartum infection, secondary infection after insertion of an intrauterine device, etc.

2. The human factor

Artificially destroys basal layer of female endometrium, thereby causing intrauterine adhesions. Such as endometrial resection, intrauterine microwave oven, freezing, chemotherapy and local radiation therapy.

Uterine surgeries related to pregnancy such as negative pressure aspiration in early pregnancy, curettage and curettage for induction of labor in second trimester, postpartum hemorrhage and curettage and curettage for spontaneous abortion, etc. This may be related with fact that basal layer of endometrium of pregnant uterus is more susceptible to damage, as a result of which walls of uterus stick together with each other, forming permanent adhesions.

How to treat intrauterine adhesions?

1. Hysteroscopy

Intrauterine adhesions can block a successful pregnancy, what should I do?

As a method for diagnosing intrauterine adhesions, hysteroscopy allows a comprehensive assessment of shape of uterine cavity, distribution and condition of endometrium and is an accurate method for diagnosing intrauterine adhesions. Intrauterine adhesions were found. It is used for patients with infertility, recurrent miscarriage, menorrhagia, and fertility needs. Hysteroscopy can be extended directly to treat mild cervical adhesions or blunt dissection using hysteroscope tip. Of course, tighter union, greater risk of complications such as uterine perforation.

2. Curettage

Before advent of hysteroscopy, dilation and curettage were most common treatments. According to available data, 84% of patients can return to normal menstruation. What eye sees is relatively real. Before hysteroscopy only blind dilatation and curettage. Since our doctors cannot see true "world" in uterine cavity, further damage to endometrium is possible. After hysteroscopy, dilatation and curettage is no longer best way to diagnose and treat intrauterine adhesions.

3. Medicine recovery

Intrauterine adhesions can block a successful pregnancy, what should I do?

Patients with intrauterine adhesions can view actual operation situation in real life. If light intrauterine adhesions are detected early, then in this case, you can try to find drugs for treatment. At present, intrauterine administration mainly promotes absorption of inflammation and effective destruction of intrauterine adhesions. Generally speaking, this method can gradually restore normal environment of uterus, but if treatment does not help for a certain period of time, these patients are also advised to opt for surgery. Also try installing an airbag. Placing a balloon in uterine cavity is also an effective way to prevent adhesions.

The above is an introduction to causes and treatments for intrauterine adhesions. I think everyone understands that most intrauterine adhesions are caused by intrauterine surgery and abortion, so these situations should be avoided. Only in this way can occurrence of intrauterine adhesions be prevented, and you can become pregnant as soon as possible.