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Inflammation of the Uterus
The uterus, generally called the womb, is the most delicate organ of woman. Various kinds of disorders can take place in this. A common occurrence in women is the inflammation of the uterus. It may be either acute or chronic.

The uterus is a hollow, pear-shaped muscular organ, situated in a bony frame called the pelvis. It is seven cm. long, five cm. in breadth and about 2.5 cm. thick. Its capacity is roughly three cubic centimetres. The lower narrow end of the uterus, which opens into the vagina, is called the cervix. The upper broad part is called the body of the uterus or the corpus.

The inflammation, which may affect the lining membrane of the uterus, is called endometritis. When it affects the muscular coat and substance of the uterus, it is termed metritis. Endometritis may be confined to the lining membrane of the cervix or neck of the uterus or it may attack the lining membrane of the entire organ. Commonly it is called catarrh of the uterus.

Symptoms of Inflammation of the Uterus are:
The symptoms of acute endometritis are slight fever, headache, general debility, loss of appetite, pain in the back and lower part of the abdomen and pelvis, and itching tendency in the vagina. In chronic endometritis, symptoms are the same, but not so severe as in the acute form. The only troublesome symptom is the discharge, which may be either clear or opaque and yellow. This disease may produce sterility.

Chill, fever, rapid pulse and breathing, nausea, local pain and discharge are the symptoms of acute metritis. This is a very rare case, but it may occur after confinement on account of infection. Chronic metritis may occur for many reasons and is probably the most common disease among women. The symptoms are disorders of menstruation, more or less profits leucorrhoea, constipation, lack of vitality, weakness in the back and the limbs, pain in the lower portion of the back a tendency to abortion.

Inflammation of the Uterus Causes:
Inflammation of the uterus may be caused by sudden chill, or by exposure to cold during menstruation. The disease sometimes occurs because of the medicines applied for the purpose of stimulating the menstrual flow. Other causes are the use of irritants to produce abortion, the use of strong purgatives, the insertion of instruments and preventives, and excessive sexual indulgence. Sometimes bicycle riding, horse back riding and dancing may also cause inflammation of the uterus among weak and underweight women. The displacement of the uterus in any form may also lead to this condition.

Inflammation of the Uterus Treatment:
If a chill or exposure to cold during menstruation causes the inflammation, the patient should start the treatment with a hot leg bath. A hot hipbath may replace this after two or three days. In case of pain, hot and cold hip baths will be beneficial. The water should be changed from hot to cold, every two minutes and this should be repeated thrice.

The disease produces constipation, the patient should take an enema once daily with warm water as can be comfortably borne by the patient. It is also advisable to apply alternate compress on the abdomen just before employing enema.

The treatment should aim at increasing general vitality when in the chronic form. To begin with, the patient should resort to fasting on orange juice and water for two or three days. The procedure is to take every two hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. the juice of an orange diluted with warm water on 50:50 basis. If the orange juice does not agree, juices of vegetables such a carrots and cucumbers may be taken. A warm water enema may be taken each day while fasting to cleanse the bowels.

After the short juice fast, the patient may adopt an all-fruit diet for about two days, taking three meals a day of fresh juicy fruits such as apples, pears, grapes, grapefruit, orange, pineapple, peaches and melon.

After the juice fast the patient should follow a well-balanced diet of seeds, nuts and grains, vegetables and fruits. This die should be supplemented with milk, yogurt, buttermilk vegetable oil and honey. A further short juice fast or period on the all-fruit diet may be necessary at intervals of a month or two, according to the needs of the case. All steps should be taken for the eradication of habitual constipation.

The foods which should be avoided are: white flour products sugar, confectionery, rich cakes, pastries, sweets, refined cereals, flesh foods, rich, heavy and greasy foods, tinned or preserved foods, pickles, condiments and sauces.

The patient should also undertake moderate exercise and walking in fresh air as it will help increase general health and vitality. Yogic asanas such as sarvangasana, bhujangasana, uttanasana and shavasana are also beneficial in the treatment of inflammation of the uterus.

No real cure is possible unless the system as a whole is treated. The blood has to be purified, the nerves strengthened and the waste deposits accumulated in the system eliminated before the trouble can be completely overcome.
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