Postpartum endometritis: Causes and Risks

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Postpartum endometritis - one potential complications after birth. This refers to an inflammation of the inner layer of uterine tissue, with which, alas, none of the pregnant gerls are not immune. According to medical statistics, the risk of postpartum endometritis of the cesarean section is 10 to 20 percent, following vaginal delivery - from 2 to 5.

Causes of postpartum endometritis

Postpartum endometritis due to germs into a uterus, which, later a descent of a process is a vast, virtually an open wound. Is as follows.

The inner path. Into a vagina every young woman live conditionally pathogenic bacteria - it's approximately germs streptococcus, staphylococcus, and other non-specific microorganisms. While you are not activated - no harm from them, but in favorable conditions, all changes more quickly.

A outer path. If a body pregnant woman has an infection, even localized, a probability that a blood and lymph, it "come" to the uterine tissue is too high. Danger is even "harmless" disease however chronic tonsillitis, or variations of jade.

In addition, it need be clearly understood that this disease has a distinctive perfidy: sometimes it appears immediately of the birth, and sometimes manifests itself much later - in approximately cases, it is diagnosed in moms with a 3-30 days-old baby in her arms. Unpleasant, of course, but here's what's interesting: the later - the easier course of the disease.

Risk factors for postpartum endometritis

Let's talk about a circumstances that increase a risk of postpartum endometritis, so warned - is forearmed.

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