Small pelvic varicose veins

Small pelvic varicose veins

Varicose veins of the small pelvis is a pathological disease in which blood (rather than normal circulation) is thrown back through the bed (backflow) into the ovarian veins.

Women of childbearing age often suffer from this disease, and the triggering mechanism of this disease is usually the child's pregnancy and childbirth, because during pregnancy the size of the uterus will greatly increase and press on the veins, thereby preventing normal blood circulation. At the same time, adolescent girls sometimes face similar diseases.

Do not self-medicate. At the first sign of illness, see a doctor.

The disease also occurs in men, although it is less common and is characterized by non-inflammatory prostatitis and varicocele.

Pathological reasons

Women will find problems such as small pelvic varicose veins during pregnancy, but hugging a child is not the only cause of pathological development. In particular, doctors have discovered that changes in hormone levels can also cause ovarian venous reflux, which can cause the ovaries to relax and supply improper blood to the pelvic area.

Other causes of the disease are:

  • Insufficient activity patterns (fixed work, lack of exercise load);
  • Congenital problems of connective tissue, with weak blood vessel wall as the background;
  • Severe or multiple births;
  • Heavy manual labor;
  • Inflammatory diseases of female reproductive organs.

The method used by many women to prevent unwanted pregnancy-interruption of sexual intercourse can also cause the development of pathologies such as pelvic varices. Therefore, doctors recommend using this contraceptive method interchangeably with other people to avoid health problems. Irregular sex life of men and women may also lead to the development of this disease.

Normal and altered veins and pelvic varicose veins

Pathological symptoms are non-specific, so diagnosis requires special attention and involves many different processes. Before prescribing a prescription, the doctor must rule out the possibility that women, girls and even men have other inflammatory or non-inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs.

Complex symptoms

The symptoms of each characteristic of this disease have different severity. The most obvious symptoms in women during pregnancy, because this condition creates conditions for venous circulation in the small pelvis.

The characteristic manifestations of the disease in women may be:

  • The severity of premenstrual syndrome;
  • Lower abdomen pain, which is essentially pulling or soreness, is aggravated as a woman stays on her leg for a long time and during sex and menstruation;
  • Menstrual cramps are not timely until they disappear completely;
  • Pain and sensitivity in the vagina and perineum;
  • Strong secretions from the reproductive tract of a woman or girl.

If we talk about adolescent girls facing this disease, they have few symptoms-the only thing that bothers them is excessive leucorrhea, and maybe even the characteristic pain during menstruation.

Dilation of small pelvic varicose veins

In men, the symptoms also manifest as pain. Usually, in the context of this disease, half of human representatives will develop the so-called chronic pelvic pain syndrome. In severe cases, urination may be impaired due to pathological conditions such as varicose veins in the small pelvis.

Pathological symptoms may be mistaken for symptoms of many other inflammatory processes in the genitals, and this phenomenon often occurs.

Because the diagnosis is incorrect, patients with this disease will also be provided with the wrong treatment, which will only exacerbate the situation, because if the disease is not treated in time, it may lead to serious consequences.

Especially people who have problems with the blood supply to the small pelvis may suffer from infertility, which will deprive them of the joy of their father and mother. But this is not the worst thing-the disease can lead to the development of tumors in the pelvic organs and cause thrombosis.

Establish a diagnosis

In order to diagnose this pathology, all organs of the small pelvis need to be carefully examined, which makes it possible to rule out other diseases. Therefore, for patients with the above symptoms, doctors will prescribe vaginal examination, ultrasound, radiography, laparoscopy and vascular Doppler ultrasound examination. For unclear diagnoses, a computed tomography scan is also displayed.

Therapeutic function

Since varicose veins of the small pelvis usually occur in women during pregnancy, it is not worth treating the disease during this period because the treatment may harm the unborn child. During pregnancy, only procedures designed to relieve symptoms are shown to women. In particular, she may need special gymnastics to improve the blood circulation of the organs. In addition, during pregnancy, compression underwear should definitely be worn, which can improve the blood circulation of the organs in this part.

If the disease is found in a pregnant woman or even a teenage girl, her treatment includes not only the above steps (wearing compression underwear and performing therapeutic exercises), but also taking medication. In particular, doctors prescribe venononic drugs for oral administration by patients with the disease. Locally, the drug is not used for this pathology.

In cases where the cause of the disease is hormonal imbalance, the patient needs hormone therapy to establish a hormonal balance. In rare cases, treatment of the disease is feasible, and it involves bandaging dilated veins.

There is also an alternative therapy that can reduce the symptoms of the disease. For example, chestnut fruit tincture or dandelion root tincture is very effective. In the treatment of this disease, counterfeit therapy has proven to be very good-water is planted in the area of the bone and coccyx.

Be sure to pay attention to your diet during treatment-food should be rich in vitamins, protein and fiber. When the mother's health and the child's happiness depend on the mother's nutrition and lifestyle, it is particularly important to eat correctly during pregnancy.