Inflammation of the appendages Shymkent

Inflammation of the appendages

Inflammation of the appendages (adnexitis, salpingoophoritis) is a disease of the female genital organs characterized by chronic or acute inflammation of the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Adnexitis is the most common gynecological pathology.


  • Inflammatory processes: acute and chronic endometritis (chlamydia infection, gonorrhea, tuberculosis, viral endometrial lesion);
  • Introduction of an intrauterine contraceptive (“spiral”);
  • Traumatic intrauterine interventions (abortions, curettage of the uterine cavity).


  • pain in the lower abdomen or pelvic area of varying intensity, along with an increase in body temperature, is characteristic;
  • discharge from the genital tract with unusual color and an unpleasant odor;
  • deterioration of general well-being;
  • potential impact on fertility.


The diagnosis is established based on complaints and data from clinical and instrumental research. One of the most accessible and reliable diagnostic methods is ultrasound, which allows for a clear assessment of the shape, size, and structure of the ovaries, as well as their relationship with neighboring organs.


The primary role in treatment is played by antibiotics, and in the presence of symptoms of intoxication, infusion-detoxification therapy is administered, along with the prescription of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. This approach is indicated in the treatment of exacerbations of chronic adnexitis. For chronic adnexitis, a comprehensive treatment plan often includes physiotherapy, ultrasound therapy, and other therapeutic modalities.

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