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Doctor insights on: Medicine For Endometritis

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Dr. Lois Freisleben-Cook
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Endometritis (Definition)

Usually associated with infection in the uterus from retained products of conception or ...Read more


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How is endometritis treated best?

Endometritis: Endometritis is treated with antibiotics, in some cases a D&C may be part of the treatment. ...Read more

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What things help for endometritis?

Antibiotics: The only treatment for endometritis is antibiotics, and there are several different ones that can be used, sometimes in combinations. Nothing else helps or is useful. ...Read more

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Do any woman know if she has endometritis?

Endometritis: Endometritis is an infection of the uterus. Usually this has a fever and the uterus is tender to palpation. It most commonly happens after childbirth, especially a prolonged labor or csection. It is treated with antibiotics. This can be safely treated while continuing to breastfeed. ...Read more

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What are the main symptoms of endometritis?

What are the main symptoms of endometritis?

Endometritis: Fever (temp > 101 f,) mucoid vaginal discharge, pelvic cramping, abdominal pain are the common ones but they are wildly variable from one woman to another. If in doubt, and if you areat risk, get medical evaluation promptly. ...Read more

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How is endometritis diagnosed without scope?

Don't need: A scope to make the diagnosis. The diagnosis can be made with an office endometrial biopsy, it is also very often made empirically based on signs and symptoms. ...Read more

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Endometritis tests==very sick. Please help?

Endometritis: Endometritis and very sick? If you really feel very sick, then call the doctor right now! Log off and call now - do it. ...Read more

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Please what tablet do u advise for endometritis?

Treatment by MD: You need to be treated by a GYN MD with antibiotics for which you are not allergic. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: endometritis?

Uterine inflammation: Usually associated with infection in the uterus from retained products of conception or gyn sources of infection. ...Read more

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Endometritis vs. Endometriosis?

Endometritis vs. Endometriosis?

Different: The endometrium is the lining of the uterus. Endometritis is an infection in the endometrium. Endometriosis is when the endometrium is growing outside the uterus. ...Read more

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Are there any treatments for endometritis?

Antibiotics: Endometritis is treated with antibiotics, and there are several different ones that can be used, sometimes in combinations. ...Read more

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What the difference is betwen endometritis and endometriosis?

What the difference is betwen endometritis and endometriosis?

Its different.: Endometritis is an infection of the lining of the uterus (endometrium) that can occur following prolonged labor or cs as well as uterine instrumentation eg: d&c, hysteroscopy. It can also be caused by stds. Endometriosis is a chronic condition, where the hormone- responsive endometrial tissue grow outside the uterine cavity, mostly on the peritoneal cavity or within the ovaries. ...Read more

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What's the difference is betwen endometritis and endometriosis?

Location?: I'm not an obgyn, but as I recall, endometritis is infection/inflammation of the endometrium (lining of the uterus) while endometriosis is the abnormal spread of endometrial cells outside of the uterus, triggering inflammation in response to their cyclic bleeding. Ask your obgyn to explain more if needed. ...Read more

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Getting checked out for endometritis. Sick and sad, want to take my baby home. Helo?

Getting checked out for endometritis. Sick and sad, want to take my baby home. Helo?

Be strong.: I am sorry you apparently feel discouraged and confused. Pursue a thorough assessment. You will find options and can then address the specific problem. As soon as you can recover from your initial reaction, be resilient and proactive. And get good help -- both from persons in your circle, and from professionals -- it's out there for you. ...Read more

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What exactly is pathophysiology of endometritis?

Endometritis: Inflammation, most often due to infection. There is no one pathway by which all endometritis develops. Instrumentation of the uterus is a main risk factor. ...Read more

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What is the difference between endometritis and pid?

Endometrium/pelvic o: Endometritis is the inflammation of the endometrium the inner lining of the uterus. Pid is infection in uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. ...Read more

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Are the treatment methods for endometritis and vaginitis the same?

No: The vagina and the endometrial lining are two different places. Vaginitis is usually a fungal problem and reponds to topical creams. The enodmetrium gets inflamed (endometritis) usually with some type of bacterial process. ...Read more

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Difference between endometritis, salpingitis and pid?

Difference between endometritis, salpingitis and pid?

Body part: The suffix 'itis' means inflammation. Endometritis mean inflammation of the endometrium (uterine lining,) salpingitis means inflammation of fallopian tube (s), and pid (pelvic inflammatory disease)means inflammation in any female pelvic/reproductive structure, without specifying. ...Read more

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How long should fatigue last after having endometritis?

Less than a week: Most of the time endometritis responds promptly to antibiotic therapy, or simply delivery of the pregnancy if the infection began during labor. ...Read more

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When must I go back to doctor for help if I have endometritis?

PP endometritis: When he or she tells you to. If the doctor diagnoses endometritis, he/she should be specific about follow-up. If he wasn't, then you call him as soon as his office is open. If not diagnosed by a doctor but you suspect endometritis, call the doctor soon anyway. ...Read more

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Chances of Pregnancy after having and treating endometritis two years ago.

Depends: Kinda depends on the etiology of endometritis and how it was treated. In general it may have no affect on fertility. You might want to start by doing some ovulation prediction kits and allowing a GYN to get a pelvic ultrasound to confirm a normal endometrial lining thickness. ...Read more