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What is Parametritis?

Description of the disease

Parametritis is an inflammatory process that occurs in the tissues surrounding the uterus, known as the parametrium. This condition can occur due to various infections or trauma.


  • Acute parametritis
  • Chronic parametritis


Symptoms of parametritis may include lower abdominal pain, fever, painful sexual intercourse, unpleasant odor of discharge, and others.


Parametritis can be caused by bacterial infections (such as chlamydia, gonorrhea), viruses, fungi or parasites, as well as trauma during childbirth or abortion.


Diagnosis of parametritis includes history taking, physical examination by a doctor, blood and urine tests, ultrasound examination, and other methods.


Treatment of parametritis depends on its form and cause, but usually includes antibiotics and rest.


Prevention of parametritis includes proper hygiene, protection against infections during sexual intercourse, timely treatment of inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs.


The doctor who deals with the diagnosis and treatment of parametritis is called a gynecologist.

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