Cervical adhesion refers to adhesion after the cervical canal mucosa tissue is damaged, causing the cervical canal to become narrow or atresia.Due to the different degrees and scope of the patient’s cervical tubular adhesion, the secretions or menstrual blood of the uterine cavity may not be circulated, and even completely hindered.This will also cause the effusion and menstrual blood in the uterine cavity, which will cause women to have dysmenorrhea or amenorrhea.In severe cases, secondary infections will occur, which will then cause pus in the uterine cavity.
Clinically, the abdomen of cervical adhesion is painful, and it will be accompanied by the increase in body temperature and the increase in white blood cells.For cervical adhesion, patients can use cervical dilatation for treatment in the early stage to restore the smoothness of the uterine cavity.It is worth noting that the cervical dilatator should be used with caution.
Due to trauma or inflammation, the cervical canal and cervix occur completely or incomplete adhesion.Existing or incomplete existence of two separate existences or mergers represent cervical adhesions.Cervical adhesions generally occur after women undergo artificial abortion surgery. Due to the negative pressure attraction of the artificial abortion process, the endometrium of the cervical canal is damaged with cervical adhesion.In addition, clinical studies have shown that using electric iron, freezing, laser or corrosive drugs to treat cervicitis can also cause the endometrium of the cervical canal and cause cervical adhesion.
What are the clinical manifestations of cervical adhesion?details as follows:
1. Pain in the lower abdomen.Generally, about one month of abortion surgery or curettage surgery, sudden lower abdomen spasm pain occurs.Some patients have a strong abdominal pain, they will feel uneasy, and they will feel difficult. Even some patients have a very painful feeling when defecation exhaust.
2. Menstruation abnormalities.For patients with completely adhesion of the cervix, amenorrhea may occur.Patients with partial adhesion of the cervix will be manifested as the menstrual cycle is still normal, but the menstrual flow is too small.If it is caused by cervicitis or other gynecological inflammation, a series of abnormalities such as irregular menstruation, extension of menstrual periods, and black menstrual colors will appear.
3. Abnormal pregnancy.Women with cervical adhesions generally have infertility symptoms, and they are prone to failure of pregnancy, such as abortion in early pregnancy in pregnant women, fetal abnormalities, pregnancy abortion, etc. during pregnancy.
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