What is the cause of luteal rupture? Remind: Pay attention to these three hazards of the luteal rupture

[Fans’ letter] My husband had a luxury hotel early yesterday’s birthday, and I planned to give him a romantic surprise.I was wearing a sexy lace pajamas, lying quietly on the bed, waiting for his arrival.When he knocked on the door of the room and saw me, his eyes suddenly shined, and I knew that my plan was successful.

We kissed on the bed and enjoyed the warmth of each other. The slightly yellow light seemed to be laying an atmosphere for us.When we were halfway through, I suddenly felt unbearable abdominal pain. I tried to hold it, but the pain felt more and more intense.I know I must go to a doctor right away.

We hurriedly packed our luggage and hurriedly left the hotel.In the hospital, I was sent to the operating room urgently and had an emergency operation.The doctor told me that I had symptoms of luteum rupture.

The luteal rupture is a common gynecological disease with a high incidence and brings a lot of inconvenience and pain to women.Understanding the cause of luteal rupture and prevention methods are essential for women’s health.

The cause of luteal rupture is mainly caused by luteal rupture in the ovaries.Uvever is a temporary gland in the ovary after ovulation. It mainly secretes progesterone and promotes the hyperplasia and preparation of endometrium.If the eggs are not fertilized, the luteal will gradually degenerate and eventually break.At this time, the liquid and blood in the ovary will flow out, causing abdominal pain and discomfort. This is the luteal rupture.

The symptoms of luteal rupture include: sudden abdominal pain, usually concentrated on one side; abdominal discomfort, pain; nausea, vomiting, sweating, etc.Severe luteum rupture may also cause symptoms such as hypotension, palpitations, and syncope.If these symptoms occur, women should seek medical treatment in time.Let’s take a closer look at the symptoms and manifestations of luteum rupture:

First, the most common symptoms of luteal rupture are sudden abdominal pain, usually concentrated on one side.This abdominal pain is usually acute and severe, sometimes it lasts for hours or even a few days.The position of abdominal pain is usually corresponding to the position of luteal rupture, which is usually on the same side of the ovary.The degree of pain varies from person to person. Some patients may only be slightly discomfort, while some people feel very unbearable.

Second, luteal rupture may also cause symptoms such as abdominal discomfort and pain.Patients may feel abdominal flatulence, pain, difficulty digestion, etc., and may also be accompanied by symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and sweating.Some patients may also experience symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue, fatigue.

Third, severe luteum rupture may also cause symptoms such as hypotension, palpitations, and syncope.These symptoms are usually caused by a large amount of internal bleeding.When the amount of hemorrhage is large, patients may have serious situations such as anemia and insufficient blood capacity, and may even endanger their lives.

If these symptoms occur, women should seek medical treatment in time.Before medical treatment, women can take some measures to relieve symptoms, such as bed rest, apply the abdomen with hot water bags, and take painkillers.However, it should be noted that painkillers can only temporarily relieve pain and cannot cure the problem of luteal rupture, so you still need to seek medical treatment in time.

The treatment of luteal rupture usually includes two types: drug treatment and surgical therapy.Drug therapy is mainly aimed at the pain and discomfort caused by luteal rupture. Drugs such as painkillers and anti -inflammatory drugs can be used.Surgical treatment is a large amount of hemorrhage caused by luteal rupture. Surgical treatment needs to be performed to remove liquid and blood in the ovaries and protect patients’ life safety.

How to prevent luteum rupture?

First, women should conduct regular gynecological examinations in order to detect and treat lesions early.

Second, women should understand their ovulation cycle and avoid rough sexual behavior during ovulation to avoid damage to the ovarian.

Third, women should also avoid excessive fatigue and excessive pressure, maintain a good mentality and emotional state.

Fourth, diet can also prevent luteum rupture.Women should eat more foods rich in vitamin B and vitamin E, such as lean meat, eggs, beans, nuts, etc.These foods can improve women’s body’s metabolism and utilization ability to luteum, and reduce the risk of accumulation and rupture of luteum.Women should also avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol to reduce stimulation of ovaries.

Fifth, in daily life, women should also pay attention to maintaining good hygiene habits.Avoid using too irritating cosmetics and sanitary products to prevent stimulation and damage to the ovaries.Women should also pay attention to maintaining proper weight and exercise to promote physical health and metabolism.

Alastic rupture is a common gynecological disease. Women should pay attention to prevention and treatment.In daily life, women should pay attention to maintaining good hygiene habits, eating habits and lifestyles, and regularly perform gynecological examinations to avoid luteal rupture.If the symptoms of luteal rupture occur, women should seek medical treatment in time and receive professional treatment and care.Only in this way can women’s health and quality of life be guaranteed.

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