Many people put off treatment for minor illnesses to save money. When they become serious, not only will it cost a lot of money, but it can also be life threatening. Therefore, do not underestimate this mild disease. For women trying to conceive, many women think that some gynecological problems are not worth dealing with, but they can solve them themselves, but do not know that this will lead to female infertility. So, what conditions will lead to infertility?These conditions can be wake-up calls for infertility.
1. Prolonged dysmenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea is a common problem among most women, but degree of pain varies from person to person and most are not very serious. Therefore, there is no need to go to hospital for treatment if you drink plenty of water. But if dysmenorrhea becomes more severe, vigilance should be exercised. It may be due to factors such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, uterine fibroids, uterine dysplasia. Therefore, it is necessary to find out cause as soon as possible and treat it accordingly.
2. Abdominal pain
Chronic lower abdominal pain and pain on both sides or lumbosacral pain are also early symptomatic symptoms of female infertility. They are closely related and require special attention, and hidden danger of abdominal pain should not be underestimated.
3. Abnormal menstruation
The initial manifestation of female infertility is related to our menstrual conditions. If you find that your periods are abnormal, menstrual cycle has changed, early or late, these situations should be taken very seriously. At same time, changes in menstrual flow are also manifestations, for example, excessive or too little menstrual flow is an abnormal manifestation. At same time, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea and vaginal bleeding require great attention.
4. Abnormal vaginal discharge
Abnormal vaginal discharge also indicates presence of problems in our body. For example, profuse leucorrhoea, odor, abnormal color, streaks of blood in leucorrhoea, itching and pain in vagina. Most likely, this is an inflammation of appendages and vagina. Some gynecological inflammations should be treated in time so as not to affect normal course of our women's pregnancy.
The above situations can lead to infertility. Therefore, when women encounter such situations, they should go to regular hospital in time for treatment. Early detection and treatment can defeat disease as soon as possible and herald a successful pregnancy.