There are many kinds of gynecological inflammation. Endometritis is a common gynecological inflammation. For female friends, this disease is a direct threat to everybody's life. If not treated in time, it is likely to affect everybody's reproductive problems. The patient of endometritis should pay special attention when eating at ordinary times. What are the dietary taboos of endometritis? Let's learn about them together.
1. Don't eat spicy food
Endometritis patients can not eat too much spicy and irritating food in peacetime, these foods are likely to lead to the deepening of inflammation, and affect everyone's treatment. And these foods may disrupt your endocrine system, which is a great threat to your health.
2. Can't eat mutton, shrimp, crab and other hair
For patients with endometritis, in the ordinary meal, we must pay special attention to not eat too much hair, these hair may cause some problems in the body, and will have a great impact on everyone's body, there will be some restrictions in the control of inflammation.
3. Don't eat clotting food
Many foods are coagulative. When you eat at ordinary times, you may take in some eggplant, red dates and so on. These things may have an impact on you. This is because these foods may lead to blood fever and coagulation, so they have a great impact on the recovery of the disease.
4. Don't eat hormonal foods
Many people may be exposed to some hormone-containing foods in normal times. After eating these foods, they may bring some effects to everyone, and then may cause endocrine disorders and other symptoms, so the emergence of these things has a great impact on everyone.
After we understand the dietary taboos of endometritis, we should avoid it in our future life in order to avoid unnecessary troubles. And we should also eat more nutritious food in peacetime, enhance the body's immunity, and help the body very much.
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