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What is Pyometra?

Description of the disease

Pyometra is a purulent inflammation of the uterine cavity in women. It can occur as a result of infection or other problems related to the uterine cavity.


  • Acute pyometra
  • Chronic pyometra


Symptoms of pyometra may include vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain, fever, and other symptoms of infection.


The causes of pyometra may be related to infection, disruption of the uterine cavity after childbirth or abortion, as well as other factors.


Ultrasound, blood and urine tests, hysteroscopy, and other methods may be used to diagnose pyometra.


Treatment of pyometra may include taking antibiotics, procedures to remove purulent contents from the uterine cavity, and surgical intervention in some cases.


Prevention of pyometra includes timely treatment of infections, proper hygiene of the genitals, and monitoring the condition of the uterine cavity.


The treatment of pyometra is carried out by a gynecologist.

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