April
30
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Venereology

Ureaplasma women - symptoms, treatment

Not every woman who ureaplasma detected in the analyzes should be treated ureaplasmosis.The fact that the ureaplasma relates to conditionally pathogenic flora.This means that some microorganisms are present in healthy humans, without causing disease.Its pathogenic qualities they exhibit only under certain conditions.Therefore, it is an ureaplasmosis when under the influence of some factors, microorganisms are activated, and their numbers increased, which was the cause of the inflammation in the genitourinary system, the woman or her sexual partners.

ureaplasmas Infection occurs through sexual contact, it is also possible intrauterine infection and infection of the fetus during childbirth when passing through the birth canal, if the mother is infected.It is not excluded, and oral-genital transmission of infection.To promote the emergence of

ureaplasmosis can a lot of internal and external factors.The internal factors include reduced immunity women, exacerbation of other urogenital diseases (vaginit

is, salpingitis, etc.), And the presence of other infections, sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, trichomoniasis).The risk of infection is higher in women ureaplasmosis with a lot of sexual partners.

At the moment many women diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, including ureaplasmosis may be asymptomatic for a long time.Women do not say no menstrual disorders, abdominal pain, they may not be abnormal vaginal discharge.

By reducing immune status, pregnancy occurs and the impact of a number of external factors, the disease can be asymptomatic stop, and then the woman began to notice signs of ureaplasmosis.Symptoms of this disease are not very specific and are similar to symptoms of other diseases, sexually transmitted:

ureaplasmosis Even if a woman does not bother, and asymptomatic, it should be treated, and treated by a specialist, not the people's means.At untimely and incorrect treatment ureaplasmosis becomes chronic, which is harder to treat.

With chronic process ureaplasmas deposited on the mucous membranes of the genitals of the woman, and always ready to activate.From time to time there may be an exacerbation ureaplasmosis commonly associated with colds and inflammatory diseases, stress, heavy physical activity and other factors.Perhaps a serious deterioration, followed by, in addition to the above symptoms, fever and other symptoms of intoxication syndrome.

Ureaplasmosis can cause the development of diseases of the genitourinary system, such as colpitis, endometritis, cervicitis, cystitis, pyelonephritis, urolithiasis, and even arthritis.Due to the development of adhesions in the uterus and its appendages in women may be infertility.Ureaplasmosis during pregnancy may cause abortion, and preterm delivery.Therefore, treatment is carried out ureaplasmosis and during pregnancy.

prescribed treatment should be performed only by a doctor.Ureaplasmosis is treated with antibiotic therapy, the choice of antibiotic, its dosage and regimen selected individually for each woman.Usually oral antibacterial drugs combined with their local application in the form of vaginal suppositories or douching.

in combination with antibiotic therapy, requires the use of immunomodulatory drugs, as well as eubiotics, to prevent irregularities in the composition of the microflora of the gastrointestinal tract and vagina.During pregnancy ureaplasmosis treatment usually begins after 22 weeks.

On average, the treatment of the disease in less than 2 weeks.During treatment to diet, eliminating fried, spicy, salty foods and alcohol.You should also refrain from sexual intercourse.It should be noted that treat ureaplasmosis should not only a woman, but all her sexual partners.After completing the course of treatment a woman should undergo a check-up.

ureaplasmosis prevention is the use of barrier contraceptives, especially in casual sex, rejection of sexual promiscuity and the need to undergo regular check-ups at the gynecologist.

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