Year 2020, Volume 3 , Issue 4, Pages 454 - 459 2020-10-22

Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center
Pelvik inflamatuar hastalık ve kontrasepsiyon : Üçüncü basamak merkezde kesitsel bir çalişma

Selçuk KAPLAN [1] , Pınar KIRICI [2]


Aim: The purpose of our study in the light of this information; to investigate the relationship between the contraceptive methods used in the patient population treated for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) in a tertiary center with clinical and laboratory features and clinical outcome of PID. Material and Method: This is a cross-sectional study using the anamnesis, examination findings, microbiological and pathological evaluation results of vaginal and cytological samples recorded in the hospital database of 974 patients treated with a diagnosis of PID in a tertiary center between 2017 and 2019. Results: Copper-Intrauterine Device (Cu-IUD) was the most commonly used contraceptive method in women with a history of PID. When the cervicovaginal culture results are evaluated; E.coli positivity was more frequent in patients using CU-IUD and Levonorgesterone IUD (LNG-IUD) (<0.001). The frequency of reproduction was higher in Group B streptococcus (<0.001) and other streptococcus species (= 0.006) in those using condoms. While staphylococcus (= 0.041) and clamydia trochomatis positivity was higher in combined oral contraceptives (COC) users, C. Trochomatis growth was frequent in depot medroxyprogeterone acetate (DMPA) users (<0.001).Re-hospitalization was more common in the DMPA group compared to the other groups (p = 0.008). Conclusion: Contraceptive methods may affect the genital flora and may be a predisposing factor for the development of PID or prevent the development of PID.
Amaç: Bu bilgiler ışığında çalışmamızın amacı; üçüncü basamak bir merkezde pelvik inflamatuar hastalık (PID) için tedavi edilen hasta popülasyonunda kullanılan kontraseptif yöntemler ile PID' nin klinik ve laboratuvar özellikleri ve klinik sonuçları arasındaki ilişkiyi araştırmak. Gereç ve Yöntem: 2017-2019 yılları arasında üçüncü basamak bir merkezde PID tanısı ile tedavi edilen 974 hastanın hastane veri tabanına kaydedilen anamnez, muayene bulguları, vajinal ve sitolojik örneklerin mikrobiyolojik ve patolojik değerlendirme sonuçlarının kullanıldığı kesitsel bir çalışmadır. . Bulgular: Bakır-Rahim İçi Araç (Cu-RİA), PID öyküsü olan kadınlarda en sık kullanılan kontraseptif yöntemdi. Servikovajinal kültür sonuçları değerlendirildiğinde; E.coli pozitifliği CU-RİA ve Levonorgesteron RİA (LNG-RİA) kullanan hastalarda daha sıktı (<0.001). Prezervatif kullananlarda Grup B streptococcus (<0.001) ve diğer streptococcus türlerinde (= 0.006) üreme sıklığı daha yüksekti. Staphylococcus (= 0.041) ve clamydia trochomatis pozitifliği kombine oral kontraseptif (COC) kullananlarda daha yüksek iken, C. Trochomatis büyümesi depo medroksiprogeteron asetat (DMPA) kullanıcılarında sık görülmüştür (<0.001). diğer gruplarla karşılaştırıldığında (p = 0.008). Sonuç: Kontraseptif yöntemler genital florayı etkileyebilir ve PID gelişimi için predispozan bir faktör olabilir veya PID gelişimini önleyebilir.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Original Article
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-2887-6165
Author: Selçuk KAPLAN (Primary Author)
Institution: ADIYAMAN ÜNİVERSİTESİ, TIP FAKÜLTESİ
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-7616-4181
Author: Pınar KIRICI
Institution: ADIYAMAN UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : October 22, 2020

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APA Kaplan, S , Kırıcı, P . (2020). Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center . Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine , 3 (4) , 454-459 . DOI: 10.32322/jhsm.793486
MLA Kaplan, S , Kırıcı, P . "Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center" . Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 (2020 ): 454-459 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jhsm/issue/57443/793486>
Chicago Kaplan, S , Kırıcı, P . "Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center". Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 (2020 ): 454-459
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ISNAD Kaplan, Selçuk , Kırıcı, Pınar . "Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center". Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 / 4 (October 2020): 454-459 . https://doi.org/10.32322/jhsm.793486
AMA Kaplan S , Kırıcı P . Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center. J Health Sci Med / JHSM. 2020; 3(4): 454-459.
Vancouver Kaplan S , Kırıcı P . Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center. Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine. 2020; 3(4): 454-459.
IEEE S. Kaplan and P. Kırıcı , "Pelvic inflammatory disease and contraception: a cross-sectional study in teritary center", Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 454-459, Oct. 2020, doi:10.32322/jhsm.793486