Some girls are only in their 20s, but the uterus has been abolished…

Some girls are only in their 20s, but their menstruation is getting more and more Less, ready to have a child has been unable to conceive.

They all have one thing in common, I was ignorant when they were young, and they had a few abortions.

Male doctor of obstetrics and gynecology, today I will say, those things that traffic ads will never tell you .

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A girl in her 20s who came to the clinic recently

A very beautiful girl came to the clinic recently, she< span>On time period, but it’s gone in two days, very small amount, only a few drops are clean .

In her own words, she was ignorant when she was young, had two abortions, and then her periods gradually became less and less…

But the key is that her future Life is also faced with the problem of having children.




Why do menstrual periods decrease after an abortion?

Because, the fertilized egg is implanted in the lining of the uterus, just like the root of a seed in the soil.

This is also what a human traffic ad will never tell you: Whether it is human traffic or painless traffic, its essence is “dig” the placenta from the lining of the uterus.

This process may injure the lining of the uterus, causing a partial loss of the lining of the uterus.

And menstruation is formed by the periodic exfoliation of the endometrium. Now the endometrium is deficient. The more defects, the less menstrual flow.

Although this kind of damage is not absolute, if you walk by the river, there is no way to keep your shoes wet. The more you do, the more likely you are to have problems.




The most troublesome thing is not less menstruation,< /strong>

It’s infertility, infertility

Some people say, it’s better not to have a period! Also save on sanitary napkins!

Of course, this has little effect on sisters who have already completed childbirth, or who are not planning to have children. Because the problem is the endometrium, and its upstream endocrine, ovaries, etc. are normal, the general environment of the body will not be affected.

However, for sisters who want to have children, it is more cruel.

Because the more the lining of the uterus is damaged, the less the fertilized egg has no place to “home”, and it becomes more difficult to get pregnant.

Light damage is already a headache. What’s more troublesome is that in the uterine cavity without the protection of the endometrium, the walls of the front, back, left and right will be glued together. Medical It is called intrauterine adhesions.

What is this situation? Imagine 2 fingers. If the skin on the fingertips is gone, what will happen if the 2 fingers are put together. Yes, they stick together and are difficult to separate.

Consequences of intrauterine adhesions include reduced menstrual flow, and even amenorrhea, blocking the discharge of menstrual blood resulting in< span>dysmenorrhea, infertility, or post-pregnancy fetal arrest, placental adhesion, implantation and other long-term complications.




Adhesion, what should I do?

At present, hysteroscopy surgical separation of intrauterine adhesions is the most important method for the treatment of intrauterine adhesions.

However, although surgery can temporarily separate adhesions, if the endometrial functional layer cannot be regenerated after separation, there is a high probability that it will adhere again after a long time.

For most mild to moderate intrauterine adhesions, the endometrium can basically regenerate after surgery and no longer sticks again.

But a considerable number of moderate-to-severe adhesions have a high recurrence rate, poor endometrial recovery, and repeated miscarriages after infertility or pregnancy.

As,It is easy to destroy grasslands into deserts, but it is very difficult to transform deserts into grasslands.




Whether the uterus is good or not, what is the key?

There are two criteria, the first is menstruation, and the second is discretion below.

“good” periods, generally regular, coming and going on time, not terribly heavy, nor Poorly little, and not dysmenorrhea.

“good” secretions, not so much moth. No bloody discharge (brown, black, or pink) other than menstruation, and no foul odor.

If these two standards are normal, basically the uterus is ok. Even if there are some minor problems, as long as annual gynecological examination, it is generally fine.

Final Notes

It is summer vacation and Qixi Festival. I hope all sisters will prepare early, do scientific contraception, and reduce unwanted pregnancies.

You must take good care of your womb, okay?

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