Many women have been infertile for many years after marriage. They went to the hospital for physical examination only to find that they had uterine dysplasia. Because the uterus is in the body, it is impossible to see it with the naked eye in daily life, and it is impossible to directly understand the development of the uterus, so many people do not understand it. So, what is uterine dysplasia?
Uterine dysplasia is a kind of uterine malformation. It may be caused by congenital and acquired causes. Congenital factors are uterine malformations and exist since the birth of the mother. Acquired uterine dysplasia is related to pubertal dysplasia, chronic diseases, abnormal uterine position, endocrine disorders, and abnormal function of the pituitary-hypothalamic-ovarian axis.
Uterine dysplasia can bring many harms to women. Among them, infertility is the most affected. Many women find that it is uterine dysplasia after infertility examination. In addition, uterine dysplasia can also cause menstrual abnormalities in women; habitual abortion, premature birth and other embryonic development abnormalities during pregnancy; spontaneous uterine rupture after delivery and other problems.
The daily symptoms of uterine dysplasia are not obvious. Once discovered, it needs to be treated by medical means in time. Women with uterine dysplasia need to pay attention to a balanced intake of various foods, not picky eaters, partial eclipses, and ensure adequate nutritional intake for three meals a day. Don’t lose weight blindly, and don’t eat raw or cold food.