In 1980, public hospitals, to which two-thirds of women have access, reported treating more than 200,000 for septic abortions.
Have a uterine infection after childbirth or a septic abortion.
Each day, the hospital admitted 10-30 patients with septic abortion.
A septic abortion can occur when bacteria enters the uterus.
In a woman with septic abortion, symptoms that are related to the infection are mainly:
If the septic abortion is not treated quickly and effectively, the woman may die.
The risk of a septic abortion is increased by mainly the following factors:
After successful treatment of a septic abortion, a woman may be tired for several weeks.
She sat in a chair next to her husband and said in a quivering voice, "Annie died from a septic abortion.
It confirms the cause of death to be septic abortion.