Fallopian tube, disease, injury, or adhesions of (including pelvic inflammatory disease (PID))

What Is The Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

The disease of the female reproductive system is commonly known as Pelvic inflammatory disease.  It most commonly happens when explicitly communicated microorganisms spread from your vagina to your uterus, fallopian tube or ovaries. It can also be caused due to fallopian tube inflammation or diseases.

The signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease can be inconspicuous or gentle. A few ladies don't encounter any signs or symptoms. Therefore, you probably won't understand you experience it until you experience issues getting pregnant or you create chronic pelvic torment.


The signs and symptoms of pelvic inflammatory disease may be gentle and hard to perceive. A few ladies don't have any signs or symptoms. At the point when signs and symptoms of PID are available, they frequently include:

  • Torment — going from gentle to serious — in your lower abdomen and pelvis
  • Strange or hefty vaginal discharge that may have a terrible scent
  • Strange uterine dying, particularly during or after intercourse, or between feminine cycles
  • Torment during intercourse
  • Fever, now and again with chills
  • Agonizing, incessant or troublesome pee

When To See A Specialist

See your primary care physician or look for critical clinical consideration on the off chance that you experience:

  • Serious agony and a feeling of pressure in your lower abdomen
  • Nausea and spewing, with a powerlessness to hold anything down
  • Experiencing high fever with no recovery
  • Foul vaginal discharge

In the event that you have signs and symptoms of PID that aren't extreme, actually consider your to be as quickly as time permits. Vaginal discharge with a scent, difficult pee or seeping between monthly cycles can likewise be symptoms of a sexually transferred infection. On the off chance that these signs and symptoms happen, quit engaging in sexual relations and see your doctor or physician soon.

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Symptoms not controlled by continuous treatment

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Symptoms that require continuous treatment

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Symptoms that do not require continuous treatment


General Rating Formula for Disease, Injury, or Adhesions of Female Reproductive Organs (diagnostic codes 7610 through 7615):

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