16 Nov Varicose veins of a small pelvis
Among the many human diseases there is a whole list of the so -called diseases of the present day, or diseases of one of which is a sedentary lifestyle.
One of them is a syndrome of chronic pelvic algia or varicose veins of the pelvis . Most often, women of childbearing age suffer from this disease.
The disease is unpleasant for the fact that it often affects the gluteal region, vulva, the perineum zone, causing pain during prolonged sitting or standing and during intercourse.
The causes of varicose veins
This type of varicose veins arises due to the reverse throwing of blood vessels of the pelvis as a result of squeezing them with a uterus. The main causes are a change in hormonal background and pregnancy (up to 30% of the total). Moreover, the occurrence of varicose veins in pregnant women in two; an increase in hormonal background and an increase in the volume of the uterus at the same time.
However, pregnancy is not the only basis for the occurrence of an unpleasant disease. Among others, it is worth noting:
Pain during intercourse and the impossibility of an orgasm;
Complicated frequent birth;
Hereditary pathologies of the veins;
Inadequate loads and lifestyle;
Inflammatory processes in the pelvis and a predisposition to them;
High level of estrogen blood in women.
What symptoms will indicate the appearance of female varicocele
Women’s varicocele with several bright symptoms:
Painful manifestations in the lower abdomen with a connection in the lumbosacral department;
PMS is usually pronounced;
The crotch and vagina have increased sensitivity;
The menstrual cycle is broken;
Perhaps violation of urination;
Long static finding provokes a feeling of heaviness in the pelvis;
Abundant discharge from the vagina is observed.
Symptoms in the complex are manifested or not completely, moreover, with different intensity.
The main complications of varicose veins of the pelvic veins
For all the apparent low danger of the disease, Venoz varicose veins of the pelvis is dangerous with its complications, including:
Unreasonable uterine bleeding
Frequent inflammatory or infectious diseases of the bladder and uterus
Numerous gynecological diseases;
Painful sensations during intercourse, as the cause of vaginism and aversion to it
How the pelvic varicose veins is diagnosed?
The diagnosis only on the basis of complaints presented by the patient is quite difficult. Symptoms are similar to the symptoms of inflammatory diseases. Therefore, the correct diagnosis can only be made after a comprehensive examination by the following methods:
Transvaginal or transissabdimal ultrasound examination
Phlebography – X -ray of the pelvic organs
Studying vessels by dopplerography
These methods help not only conduct accurate diagnosis of varicocele, but also exclude other more formidable or related diseases.
Methods of treatment
Depending on the diameter of the vein, three degrees of disease are distinguished: 1 degree (5 mm), 2 degree (from 6 to 10 mm) and 3 degree (from 10 mm or more). Conservative treatment and lifestyle correction will help to cure the disease in the first and second stage, while the third can be cured or achieved by persistent remission only surgically.
Treatment with conservative methods involves the use of medicines and the correction of the entire lifestyle of the patient. Так хорошие результаты наблюдаются при регулировании режима дня, образа жизни, адекватной нагрузке на организм в целом и таз в частности, введение специальных упражнений, соблюдении принципов рационального питания, фитотерапии и гирудотерапии (лечение пиявками).
Хирургические методы лечения – это крайняя мера воздействия на болезнь. Могут быть использованы как лапороскопическое вмешательство, так и полостные операции.
Профилактические меры, позволяющие устранить опасность возникновения варикозного расширения вен малого таза.
Не допустить возникновение болезни, либо значительно снизить риски его развития помогут простые профилактические меры. Among them:
Адекватные нагрузки и условия труда, приемлемый режим дня.
Снижение негативного воздействия посредством снятия стрессовых ситуаций
Умеренные половые акты и современные методы контрацепции
With a tendency to occur and after its treatment, it is advisable to conduct a preventive intake of venotonics strictly on the recommendation of a doctor.
Varicose veins most often affects women of childbearing age. Menopause largely complicates the course of the disease. However, timely seeking a doctor and adequate treatment help to slow down the development or cure the disease completely. Be attentive to yourself, do not miss the opportunity to stay healthy.