Intrauterine adhesions are a relatively common gynecological disease that has a great impact on women. Most importantly, getting pregnant is not easy. Many people do not understand how intrauterine adhesions occur. In fact, most of them are caused by intrauterine surgery. Therefore, when women suffer from intrauterine diseases, they should go to regular hospitals for treatment and good care after surgery. So, why is it difficult to get pregnant because of intrauterine adhesions? Four main dangers will tell you reason.Why are intrauterine adhesions dangerous?
1. Abnormal menstruation
If cervix is fully fused, amenorrhea may occur. Partial adhesions of cervix or partial destruction of endometrium indicate oligomenorrhea, but a normal menstrual cycle. If it is caused by cervicitis or other inflammation, it will lead to amenorrhea, and some patients will have irregular menstruation, prolonged menstruation, dark menstrual blood and other abnormal phenomena.
2. Increased risk of infertility
The most serious harm of intrauterine adhesions for women is that they can lead to infertility or miscarriage. If intrauterine adhesions occur, this will seriously affect endometrium. If patient wants to become pregnant, fertilized egg may have difficulty implanting, resulting in infertility.
3. Fallopian tube disease
After intrauterine commissure, it will lead to blockage and adhesion of fallopian tubes in women, so that fallopian tubes are always in a state of congestion, which leads to narrowing of fallopian tubes and even blockage of fallopian tubes. Therefore, sperm and egg cannot fuse, which ultimately leads to infertility in women.
4. Affects normal pregnancy of a woman
In some pregnant women, intrauterine adhesions and damage to endometrium can interfere with normal embryo implantation. Moreover, fetus cannot maintain normal and efficient growth and development in abnormal uterine cavity, and it is easy to cause miscarriage or premature birth and other adverse events.How to prevent intrauterine adhesions?
Above all, try to reduce number of surgical procedures, such as induced abortion and mid-term induction of labor, and take contraceptive measures seriously. If you have to do this, you should choose a regular medical facility. Unfortunately, if you're experiencing symptoms such as significantly less menstrual flow, no menstrual cramps, and occasional abdominal pain after a miscarriage, it's a good idea to see your doctor as soon as possible to ensure early detection and prompt treatment.
Secondly, for various diseases that can cause intrauterine infection, it is necessary to consult a doctor in a timely manner, for example, intrauterine infection with uterine tuberculosis, postmenopausal senile endometritis, secondary infection after uterine cavity surgery, postpartum infection, prevention of intrauterine infection Infection, caused after operation of IUD, etc.
The above is an appropriate introduction to intrauterine adhesions. If you are also concerned about intrauterine adhesions, you should seek medical attention in time. The doctor will diagnose and treat it according to specific situation. I believe it will be cured soon. Trust doctor and believe in yourself. At same time, you should relax your mind, which is also very conducive to therapeutic effect.