What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is an infection of the female reproductive organs. It’s often caused by sexually transmitted infections that spread from the vagina to the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries. If you’re experiencing unusual symptoms such as pain while urinating, pain during sex, irregular menstrual periods, or lower abdominal pain, contact us today.

Our holistic healthcare team will provide expert, compassionate care to determine the root cause of your symptoms and treat the issue.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

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Symptoms of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Symptoms of PID can include (but are not limited to):

  • Lower abdominal pain
  • Fever
  • Unusual vaginal discharge
  • Painful urination
  • Painful sexual intercourse
  • Irregular menstrual bleeding

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Infertility

If left untreated, PID can cause a range of complications and harm your health. This can also lead to infertility by causing damage to the reproductive organs. The infection can create scar tissue on the fallopian tubes, which prevents sperm from reaching an egg, or can cause the fertilized egg to get stuck in the tube, known as an ectopic pregnancy. It’s vital to treat PID early to minimize the risk of infertility and maintain your reproductive health.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Treatment with Road to Fertility

Our comprehensive and holistic approach to effective PID health treatment offers a multitude of advantages, including:

  • Identifying and treating the root cause(s) of PID and other health conditions
  • Improving your overall well-being for the long-term
  • Resolving chronic health conditions
  • Natural solutions
  • Allowing the body to be the guide
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What To Expect with Our Treatment

Whenever someone encounters health issues, including PID, it’s often a sign of an underlying problem. This is why it’s vital to pinpoint and resolve this underlying issue.

During Your Initial Consultation

Experience a comprehensive initial consultation with Dr. Yuabova. She will actively listen to your concerns, conduct a thorough medical history review, and perform a whole-body energy scan, all with your consent.

Dr. Yuabova is determined to identify and address the underlying cause of your PID and other concerns. This will guide her in recommending the necessary diagnostic tests to pinpoint the exact problem areas. Once the root cause of your PID is identified, you will undergo a complete blood panel to collect medical evidence. With this knowledge, treatment can begin.

Treatment is personalized for each person and is based on their particular results.

During Your Follow-Up Appointments

Experience a personalized treatment plan designed to meet your specific needs. Our comprehensive approach includes a range of techniques and lifestyle adjustments, such as nutritional therapy (available orally or intravenously), neural therapy, herbal remedies, mineral supplements, peptides, and expert coaching. We also offer ongoing support to ensure you’re following the plan accurately. Dr. Yuabova and her team will keep in touch every 2 to 4 weeks, to ensure your progress.

Functional medicine treatment programs usually range from 4 to 6 months in length, although they can be extended as needed to accommodate your unique situation.

Additional Symptoms and Conditions Affecting Fertility

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PID isn’t the only condition that could be negatively impacting your health and/or fertility. When your overall well-being is compromised, a multitude of symptoms and conditions can manifest. To restore your health to its peak state, it’s crucial to tackle the root causes. These additional symptoms and conditions can include, but aren’t restricted to:

  • Endometriosis
  • Digestive issues
  • PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
  • Dryness of the vaginal area
  • Painful periods
  • Pain during menstrual cycle
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Irregular menstrual cycle
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Absence of ovulation
  • Insulin resistance
  • Undiagnosed thyroid dysfunctions
  • Chronic stress
  • Cortisol Imbalance

“Dr. Marina is an absolute gem of a fertility specialist! Her personalized approach to resolving my POS and weight loss issues was a game-changer for me. Her wealth of knowledge and expertise, coupled with her compassionate care, made all the difference. Thanks to her guidance and support, I was able to make significant progress in managing my PCOS symptoms and achieving a healthier weight.”

– Anna P

“Let me share my amazing journey of treating my idiopathic infertility. I struggled to conceive for a long time and it was a frustrating experience. Healthy, although infertile. Go figure. Then, I met with Dr. Marina who helped me identify that my IBS and inflammation were contributing factors. I have joined a program and it worked! I got pregnant and had a healthy baby! I am so grateful to this amazing team for their expertise, kindness, and commitment to my health.”

– Francheska G

“I just have to share with you how Dr. Marina has completely changed my life. After going through Endometriosis surgery, and being placed on very harsh medication I came across of Dr. Marina’s webpage, the program is very involving, the diet itself is limiting, but results are amazing. After 7 months, my husband and I received the most amazing news – we’re expecting a baby! Dr. Marina has been with me every step of the way, ensuring that both me and the baby are healthy throughout the pregnancy and beyond. I won’t lie, this program takes commitment and hard work, but it’s worth it. I now have the tools and knowledge to live a healthy and vibrant life. Simply Thank you Dr. Marina”

– Thea L

What Makes Us Different

Discover the transformative power of Road to Fertility – a unique approach that combines functional medicine, quantum energy, and quantum diagnostics. Harnessing natural healing energies, we prioritize the body’s guidance in addressing underlying issues that may be preventing pregnancy. Our dedicated team is here to assist you in achieving your health goals, no matter the obstacle. Take the first step towards your journey to parenthood with us today.

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Your Whole Body Health Program

Discover your path to fertility success with Road to Fertility’s customized restoration program. Our holistic approach takes health to the next level. Join us on the journey to a healthier you!

Step 1


Through a highly targeted diagnostic process, we search for dysregulation sources, inflammatory markers, and other factors contributing to your health challenges.

Step 2


Upon identifying the underlying source of your challenges, we'll take action to remove the toxins obstructing your path to achieving peak health.

Step 3


To tackle any health deficiencies, we have the option to complement your nutrition with minerals, herbs, and other therapeutic techniques.

Step 4


With a sustained treatment plan, we can successfully manage your hormones and reintroduce equilibrium to your body.


Meet Your Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner:
Dr. Marina Yuabova DNP, APRN, BC

Do Appointments Have to Be In Person?

Our New York City location appointments are via telehealth, and our Boca Raton, FL appointments can be in-person or telehealth. 

For any necessary blood work, we’ll direct you to a nearby functional lab that can take care of it.

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Holistic and Functional Treatment with Road to Fertility

Specializing in holistic and functional medicine, Road to Fertility is committed to helping patients achieve peak health and enduring wellness. Dr. Marina Yuabova and her compassionate team cater to a variety of conditions, grouped into three main categories: natural fertility, longevity, and aesthetic enhancement. If you value individualized care and natural treatments that work in harmony with your body, we invite you to make Road to Fertility your healing sanctuary.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease:
Frequently Asked Questions

How is pelvic inflammatory disease diagnosed?
PID is diagnosed through a combination of your medical history, a pelvic examination, and tests for sexually transmitted infections. Your holistic healthcare provider might also use ultrasound or other imaging tests to examine your reproductive organs more closely.
What are the symptoms of PID?
Symptoms can vary but often include lower abdominal pain, vaginal discharge, fever, irregular menstrual bleeding, pain during sexual intercourse, and severe pain in the pelvic region. In cases of acute pelvic inflammatory disease, symptoms might be more pronounced and sudden.
Can PID lead to other health issues?
Yes, PID can cause serious health problems, including chronic pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy (where a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus), and infertility. The inflammation and scar tissue can block the fallopian tubes, preventing sperm from meeting an egg.
How can you prevent pelvic inflammatory disease?
To prevent PID, practice safe sex by using condoms, consider limiting the number of sexual partners, and get tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections, especially if you are sexually active with new or multiple sexual partners. Regular screenings can help catch and treat STIs before they lead to PID.
Why are young sexually active women at higher risk?
Young sexually active women are at higher risk because their cervixes are not fully matured, making them more susceptible to the bacteria that cause sexually transmitted diseases. The risk is increased for those with multiple sexual partners or those who have a sex partner with multiple contacts.
Can PID be treated?
Yes, PID can be treated with antibiotics. However, antibiotic treatment might not undo any damage that has already occurred to the reproductive organs, making it important to start treatment early with a holistic health specialist. A holistic health specialist can also create a customized treatment plan to increase your chances of reaching peak health after your PID is addressed.
What should I do if I think I have PID?
If you suspect you have PID, especially if you’re experiencing symptoms like unusual vaginal discharge, pelvic pain, or fever, you should see a holistic healthcare specialist as soon as possible. Early diagnosis and treatment are key to preventing long-term complications. Remember, PID is a significant health issue that can affect your quality of life. Taking steps to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease and seeking prompt treatment if you experience symptoms are crucial for your reproductive health. Regular check-ups and being open with your holistic healthcare specialist about your sexual health can help manage your risk factors and maintain your well-being.