Powerful antioxidant used to fight inflammation of fallopian tubes

Powerful antioxidant used to fight inflammation of fallopian tubes.

Below is an article on PID. It gives a brief overview of Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which is the main culprit of Blocked Fallopian Tubes.

At the end of the article I show you a simple way to treat it.

Read on….

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What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

Pelvic inflammatory disease, or PID, is an inflammation of a woman’s upper reproductive tract, including the structures of the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes.

Salpingitis, inflammation of the fallopian tubes, is the most common manifestation of the disease. PID is known to be a long-term consequence of many sexually transmitted diseases as well as of bacterial vaginosis (BV), pelvic surgery, and other gynecologic procedures that cross the cervix. It is fundamentally a preventable condition.

Pelvic inflammatory disease is, essentially, caused by the body overreacting to an infection. As the immune system tries to fight off the invading bacteria, it causes local inflammation and scarring.

Although this may successfully wall off the infection inside the reproductive tract, it can be damage the organs. PID can cause scarring in the uterus, fallopian tubes, and even in the pelvic cavity. This is one of the main reasons it causes chronic pelvic pain.

The most common infections associated with pelvic inflammatory disease are chlamydia and gonorrhea. Because the symptoms of PID are the result of the body’s response to the underlying infection, treatment usually involves antibiotics to treat that infection.

In severe cases, or in an emergency, surgery may be necessary to drain an abscess that has ruptured or that threatens to rupture.

What are the Symptoms of PID?

  • Pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis
  • Irregular periods
  • Pain during sex
  • Pain during urination
  • Lower back pain
  • Excess vaginal discharge with a foul odor
  • Fever, exhaustion, diarrhea, vomiting, and other general signs of infection.

How Common Is PID?

In the early 1990s, the self-reported frequency of PID in women was approximately one in nine. PID was more than twice as common in women with a history of sexually transmitted diseases (26 percent) than among women who had never reported an STD (10 percent).

Risk factors for PID include:

  • Younger age: Sexually experienced teenagers are three times more likely to be diagnosed with PID than their 25- to 29-year-old counterparts. Scientists do not know, however, whether this is due to biological factors that make young women more susceptible to STDs or different sexual behaviors in these two age groups.
  • Race: African-American women have the highest risk of PID of the ethnic groups seen in the U.S. This may be related to biological factors, or due to their comparatively high frequency of douching.
  • Contraceptive Choice: Barrier methods, such as condoms, and oral contraceptives reduce the risk of PID. Despite the problems with the Dalkon Shield in the 1970s, use of modern intrauterine devices (IUD) is not considered to significantly increase the risk of PID, except possibly around the time of insertion.
  • Douching: Douching greatly increases a woman’s risk of PID.

What are current treatment and prevention recommendations?

Pelvic inflammatory disease can today be diagnosed through a new procedure called, falloposcopy. Falloposcopy is a visual examination of the inside of the fallopian tubes; it’s a simple procedure performed on an out- patient basis.

If PID is found and it hasn’t progressed to a stage severe enough to require major reconstructive surgery to repair the fallopian tubes, antibiotic therapy may be tried.

You can read the rest here

http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/pi1/a/pelvicinfldisea.htm

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That is a brief overview which I enjoyed.

Since PID is an inflammatory disease, it will require a strong antioxidant to be used to get rid of it at least to a large extent and that is Garlic.

Yes the garlic you know.

How do you use the garlic to get rid of PID?

It is a tough one so a preliminary treatments should have begun before this step.

Every night before going to bed, insert a small bulb of garlic into the vagina and allow till morning before removing it.

It is equally important that a part of the bulb is bruised so as to allow the contents of the garlic to be able to seep through into other vital areas within the internal areas.

It gets better with faster healing chances if used with the pelvic inflammatory cure kit which is 100% herbal specifically designed to treat PID . You can get it here.

But if you are suffering from chronic PID.  Here is my best recommendation.

Your comments and questions will be welcome.

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