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What is Endometritis?

Description of the disease

Endometritis is an inflammatory condition that affects the inner layer of the uterus, called the endometrium. This condition can be caused by various bacterial infections or hormonal imbalances.


  • Acute Endometritis
  • Chronic Endometritis


Symptoms of endometritis may include irregular menstrual cycles, painful menstruation, lower abdominal pain, fever, unusual discharge, and painful sexual intercourse.


Endometritis can be caused by bacterial infections, hormonal imbalances, procedures that disrupt the integrity of the uterus, as well as trauma during childbirth.


Diagnosis of endometritis may involve blood and discharge tests, ultrasound, MRI, CT scan, and hysteroscopy.


Treatment of endometritis may involve taking antibiotics, hormonal therapy, surgical removal of affected tissue, or the administration of drugs directly into the uterus.


Prevention of endometritis involves timely treatment of inflammatory processes in the body, adherence to hygiene rules of the reproductive system, proper treatment of hormonal imbalances, and timely treatment of infections.


This condition is treated by a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.