Living With Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

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Living With Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

I had a question the other day about pelvic inflammatory disease.

Pelvic inflammatory disease, or PID, is an infection of a woman’s reproductive organs.

Treating PID right away is important, because PID can cause scar tissue in your pelvic organs and lead to infertility.

It can also cause other problems, like pelvic pain and tubal pregnancy.

PID is caused by bacteria entering your reproductive organs through your cervix.

When your cervix is infected, bacteria from your vagina can more easily get into and infect your uterus and fallopian tubes.

You’re more likely to get PID if you:

>Have a sexually transmitted disease (STD).  The most common causes of PID are gonorrhea and chlamydia.

>Are at risk for STDs.  If you’re young and don’t use condoms when you have sex, you’re more likely to get STDs.  Having more than one sex partner also increases your risk for STDs.

>Have bacterial vaginosis.


>Have recently had an IUD inserted or had an abortion.

>Have had PID before.

At first, PID may not cause any symptoms.

Or it may cause only mild symptoms, like bleeding or discharge from your vagina.

Some women don’t even know they have it.

They only find out later, when they can’t get pregnant or they have pelvic pain.

As the infection spreads, the most common symptom is pain in your lower belly.

The pain has been described as crampy or as a dull and constant ache.

It may be worse during sex, during bowel movements, or when you urinate.

Some women also have a fever.

Even when PID causes mild or no symptoms, it can still cause serious problems.

If your infection was caused by a sexually transmitted disease, your sex partner(s) will also need to be treated so you don’t get infected again.

Don’t have sex until both of you have finished your treatment.

And be sure to follow up to make sure the treatment is working.

To deal with pelvic inflammatory disease it’s beneficial to:

*Drink 6-8 cups of purified water daily.

*Increase your exercise, relaxation techniques, etc.

*Increase essential fats (flax oil, olive oil, Omega-3 oils).

*Increase fresh, raw fruits and veggies; consider fresh juicing.

*Consider a liver and/or colon cleanse.

*Consider herbs, acupuncture, energy medicine techniques, hydrotherapy, etc.

*Address any emotional issues.

*Have a chiropractic assessment.

*Eliminate toxic exposures, both food and environment.

*Eliminate any and all hydrogenated, trans fats, deep-fried foods, margarine, fast foods, etc.

*Eliminate sugar, sweets, white flour products, processed foods.

*Avoid dairy products.

*Avoid tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, soda pop.

*Maintain a healthy weight.

*Understand your medications and possible side effects.

*If you follow a vegetarian lifestyle or low caloric intake, it’s essential to ensure proper intake of protein, B vitamins and essential fats.

*Consider a full candida cleanse.

*Consider Tea Tree Oil and Oil of Oregano.

*Increase garlic consumption.

*Research natural feminine products.

*Use only natural, non-toxic personal care products.

*Keep area clean and dry.

*Ensure use of plentiful amounts of Optiflora during and after any use of antibiotics to replenish “good” bacteria wiped out by the antibiotic.


It’s essential to use:  Vita-Lea, Protein, Optiflora, Garlic, DTX, Alfalfa, B-Complex, GLA, OmegaGuard.

It’s important to use:  NutriFeron, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Zinc, Vivix, CarotoMax and/or FlavoMax.

It’s beneficial to use:  Herb-Lax, Stress Relief Complex, Calcium/Magnesium, Glucose Regulation Complex, 180 Energy Tea.

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PS:  If you have any questions about pelvic inflammatory disease, and would like to know how supplements can help, give us a call at 715-431-0657.  We’re here to help.


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