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What is Pelvic Adhesion in the Pelvis?

Description of the disease:

Pelvic adhesion in the pelvis (PAP) is a pathological condition in which the internal organs and tissues of the pelvis are bound together by adhesions. This can cause various health problems, including pain and infertility.


  • PAP can be classified as primary (occurring on its own) or secondary (resulting from trauma, inflammation, or surgical intervention).


Symptoms of PAP may include lower abdominal pain, menstrual irregularities, painful intercourse, urination problems, and infertility.


Causes of PAP may include inflammatory pelvic diseases, surgical interventions, trauma, endometriosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other conditions.


Diagnostic methods for PAP may include ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, laparoscopy, and hysterosalpingography.


Treatment for PAP may include medication therapy, surgical intervention to break up adhesions and restore tubal patency, and rehabilitation after surgery.


Prevention of PAP includes timely treatment of inflammatory diseases, prevention of trauma, and proper postoperative recovery.


For the diagnosis and treatment of PAP, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist-endocrinologist or reproductive health specialist.

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