Written By REBECCA ENDICOTT
Almost all women will experience cramping and discomfort at one time or another, and usually chalk it up to female trouble.
Many women don’t realize that they may actually be experiencing pelvic inflammatory disease symptoms.
It’s an understandable mistake. The female anatomy is prone to making trouble, and it can be especially turbulent during times of hormonal shift, like during adolescence or before menopause.
At one point or another, most of us will experience stomach-curling cramps, lower back pain, and even vomiting thanks the fickle uterus and its changing moods.
A lot of the time, being a woman means gritting your teeth and carrying on with your day, despite the pain.
Unfortunate, this grin-and-bear-it attitude means that lots of ladies don’t get scary symptoms checked out in time.
That’s why all women should know about pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and learn to tell the difference between ‘time of the month’ aches and serious pelvic inflammatory disease symptoms.
What Is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?