ASD fraction: eczema treated in a new way

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Eczema, like any disease, brings a lot of trouble. She has very unpleasant symptoms. The development of the disease can trigger various factors. There are people who inherited the disease from their older relatives. In most cases, eczema is chronic in nature with seasonal exacerbations and periods of calm. Only a few people claim a complete cure for the disease. But even these people should adhere to a special diet and some rules by the end of their lives.

Eczema is a skin disease that occurs on neuro-allergic soil and is accompanied by itching and burning of the affected areas. Most often, eczema affects the limbs, then moves on. Eczema-affected areas of the skin initially look like bubbles of boiling water. Then the bubbles burst, and fluid begins to ooze out of them. The patient does not leave a burning sensation and itching.

Eczema is treated with medication, various physiotherapeutic methods, folk remedies, alternative methods. The latter include the drug ASD. Many patients claim that eczema is afraid of ASD fractions and disappears much faster when taken than with conventional means. However, forums are full of conflicting opinions regarding the usefulness and ability of this drug to cure eczema.   

A bit from the history of the opening of the ASD

It is difficult to attribute drugs of the ASD fraction to medicines or folk remedies. The fact is that a whole group of scientists with a talented discoverer-experimenter A.V. worked on the creation of the drug in the fifties. Dear headed. The Soviet government demanded that scientists create a miracle drug that could cure many chronic diseases. Several teams of scientists took part in the work, but only the Dorogov group was able to create the right medicine.

Frogs were used as raw materials for the manufacture of ASD. They were processed at high temperatures in condensate. The liquid collected in this process had a number of qualities that a universal drug should have for the treatment of various diseases. This drug was named after its discoverer – Dorogov’s antiseptic stimulant, or ASD for short.

After several experiments with frogs, scientists began to use meat and bone meal instead. This did not affect all the qualities of the drug. The first fraction of the drug was very liquid, it contained a lot of water. Therefore, it did not bring much benefit. Another thing is the preparations of the second and third fractions, which can be dissolved in oil, water or alcohol. ASD 2 and ASD 3 have unique qualities, which allows them to be used to treat almost any disease.

Treatment of Eczema ASD

More than six decades have passed since scientists invented the drug, but so far, ASD is not an official medicine. ASD is officially used in veterinary medicine and dermatology. But many human skin diseases such as eczema, ASD can really help. At the initial stage of development, the antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties of the drug became apparent. Therefore, the tool copes with various kinds of rashes on the skin, various kinds of dermatitis, and in animals it helps to remove skin parasites.  

For the treatment of eczema, drugs of the second and third fraction are used. You need to be careful here. Inside, only ASD 2, the drug of the second fraction, is taken. The drug is taken in courses of five days. Every day, on an empty stomach, you need to take 1-2 drops of the drug, diluted in a half glass of water. After five days of admission, you need to take a break for two or three days. After this, the course must be repeated. And so on until complete recovery.

Together with ASD 2, you need to use ASD 3 – the drug of the third fraction. After all, diseases such as eczema, ASD fractions can be cured in a complex. It is necessary to treat the internal causes of the disease and at the same time have an effect on its external manifestation. ASD 3 is used only for external use. The drug must be diluted with water in a ratio of ASD 3 to water 1:20. Lotions should be made from the solution until the symptoms of the disease disappear.  

The difficulty in treating eczema lies in its tenacity. Appearing once, she will often return, hitting all new sites. Eczema is a chronic disease that cannot be completely cured. Thanks to the long-acquired, but still not received official status, drugs of ASD of the second and third fractions, the treatment of eczema has become easier.

Treatment of chlamydia: conventional methods

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Timely treatment of chlamydia is a relevant measure, since its delayed start or the absence of treatment at all can threaten significant complications, such as infertility, in both women and men. After assessing the degree of the disease, the doctor will prescribe an adequate treatment for chlamydia , which, with strict observance of all the rules, becomes completely effective, stops the disease completely and helps to avoid various complications. 

The main goals of drug therapy

Comprehensive treatment should be aimed directly at eliminating inflammatory processes in the area of ​​localization of chlamydia, as well as at general strengthening of the patient’s health through exposure to systemic drugs. Therefore, for each patient, an individual complex of medicines is selected – candles and instillations for local therapy, tablets and injections for systemic therapy.

First of all, drugs that will act on chlamydia itself should be selected. Since chlamydia, when it enters the “favorite” organs, penetrates into the cell, the drug that “kills” it must also have this property. In addition, the biological characteristics of chlamydia are the same as in bacteria, therefore, standard antibiotics become an effective “weapon” against it.

To treat the disease, antibiotics are prescribed from groups with medium and high permeability to cells. The most suitable are tetracyclines and fluoroquinols (medium permeability), macrolides (high accumulation inside the cells). 7 days is the standard duration of antibiotic therapy, but in the presence of complications of chlamydia, the duration of the course is doubled or tripled. Dosages of antibiotic drugs should be selected in accordance with the period in the cycle of development of chlamydia and the form of the disease (chronic or acute), so that the treatment of chlamydia becomes optimal and effective.  

In parallel, it is necessary to compensate for the side effects of taking antibiotics, that is, the occurrence of mycosis – a fungal disease. For this, the patient is prescribed antifungal medications. Very well restrain the growth of fungal microflora Fluconazole, Nystatin or Natamycin.

Intestinal dysbiosis is a painful side effect of antibiotic therapy. Eubiotics or probiotics, drugs that restore the “native” intestinal microflora, will help to cope with it. Such drugs include Linex, Bactisubtil, Bifidumbacterin, etc. It is necessary to take probiotics in parallel with antibiotics, and then for about 10 days, since it takes time for the intestinal microflora to fully recover.

If other infections (ureaplasma, mycoplasma, etc.) are found along with the causative agent of chlamydia, then protistocidal drugs are added to the treatment complex. An example is metronidazole.

Maintenance and stimulation of weakened immunity is mandatory in cases of relapse of the chronic form of the disease or with a decrease in normal immunity. Unlike probiotics, administration of immunomodulatory agents should be started before the main therapy. Examples of drugs in this group are Wobenzym, Neovir, Interferon α2.

Prognosis and indicators of cured chlamydia

If treatment therapy was inadequate or chlamydia is resistant to standard treatment, various complications of the disease may develop. It is also important to understand that the treatment of chlamydia depends on whether a person will be able to have children in the future.  

Chlamydia is considered completely cured if: a) all the symptoms that occur before treatment are gone; b) all laboratory tests for the presence of chlamydia show negative results; c) there are no pathological changes at the site of infection; d) the level of white blood cells in the blood is normal.

It is strongly discouraged to take any medical measures on their own – chlamydia can become antibiotic resistant. Then the infection will be completely incurable and will go into the chronic stage. In any case, one cannot do without the help of a venereologist.

The fungus will not stand if you use Mikozan!

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It is in the autumn and winter that the toenails need special care, as we begin to wear closed and warm shoes, in which the feet sweat more, thereby creating favorable conditions for the development of onychomycosis. The fungus at the first stages begins to develop asymptomatically, after some time there are signs such as a change in the color of the surface of the nail, its thickening, deformation. You can avoid infection with a fungus, if you do not forget about fairly simple preventive measures. First of all, you can’t walk barefoot in places such as baths, pools, and more.

Most often it happens that while on a pleasant vacation in the sauna, or playing sports, people forget about the danger of contracting a fungal infection. Meanwhile, it is very easy to get infected if you walk barefoot in the shower, in the locker room of the gym or on the carpet in the hotel room. Any carpet is an ideal place for fungus, because the pile keeps the scales of the skin containing the infection well, and the most powerful vacuum cleaner is sometimes not able to remove the infection from the carpet. If you notice signs of a fungus, but take your time with the treatment, then the disease will quickly switch to other nails, and other people living with you in the same house may get sick.

How to treat fungus correctly?

Almost everyone, having discovered a nail fungus, tries to start treatment, because today everyone knows that fungal infections do not go away on their own. Over time, the nail suffers more and more, it begins to crumble, like an old sponge. Of course, bringing your nails to such a state is simply unacceptable, because the fungus will capture other nails and destroy them. Experts also warn that if you do not visit public pools or saunas, this does not mean that you are protected from this infection. With the widespread spread of the fungus, you can get infected in other places, for example, by visiting a pedicure salon, or simply trying on shoes in a store.

The fungus loves a warm environment with high humidity, and a long stay in uncomfortable narrow shoes contributes to the development of infection. This tribute to fashion turns into significant discomfort and creates favorable conditions for onychomycosis. If you work in the office, it is recommended to change into more comfortable shoes so that your legs can relax during the day. And try to avoid situations when you are invited to wear slippers. It is better to bring home shoes with you if you go to visit friends.

The best solution for treating fungus

Suppose that, nevertheless, despite the precautions, a fungus appeared on the nails. In this case, you should not panic, you just need to choose the appropriate treatment. Currently, doctors in such cases prescribe Mikozan, created in Holland. This is the best tool that surprisingly quickly and reliably destroys the fungus, and the disease does not recur. The peculiarity is that the serum penetrates the nail unhindered, and the infection cannot persist, then to begin to develop with renewed vigor. Numerous studies have confirmed the unique properties of Mikozan, an innovative composition can also be used to treat children. The course consists of four weeks, after which the nail grows, and it is absolutely healthy. Even if you become infected with onychomycosis, Mikozan can easily cope with this infection, and your nails will be beautiful again! In addition, the serum is recommended to be used as a prophylaxis, it is odorless and does not cause any inconvenience.  

Mycoplasma treatment

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Mycoplasmas are conditionally pathogenic microorganisms that are found in the body, both in healthy people and those who have toxoplasmosis. The difference is that in healthy people, mycoplasmas are within normal limits, which do not pose a particular threat to the body. But with any disease, they begin to multiply intensively and their number increases significantly. The habitat of these parasites is the mucous membranes covering the internal organs, namely the respiratory tract and genitals. Therefore, with mycoplasmosis, damage to the respiratory system and the genitourinary system is observed.

Symptoms of mycoplasma are often confused with viral infections (with respiratory infections) and genital inflammation (vulvovaginitis, fungal infections, thrush). Most often, mycoplasmosis affects the organs of the urogenital system of a person – both men and women, therefore it is attributed to diseases of a sexually transmitted nature. Ways of infection:

· Sexual contacts – and the carrier of the infection may not suspect the presence of mycoplasmosis

· Infection of the baby in utero or during childbirth

· Infection when microorganisms get on damaged mucous membranes during sexual or household contact

Diagnosis of the disease

In order to begin adequate treatment of mycoplasma , it is necessary, first of all, to conduct the correct diagnosis of the disease. It consists in laboratory analyzes of the biological material of the patient – taking a smear from the vagina (for men, you can take seminal fluid for analysis), pharynx. After this, microscopy or sowing of the bacterial flora on nutrient media is carried out. In addition, immunological studies are used: ELISA, PCR, antibodies to mycoplasmas. 

Mycoplasmosis disease is widespread, equally affects both men and women. However, women and girls suffer from this infection more often, due to the anatomical features of the structure of their genitourinary system. With strong immunity, the disease progresses and rarely manifests itself – usually the symptoms of mycoplasmosis appear with a decrease in immunity or the attachment of another infection of the reproductive system.

Treatment features

There are certain features of the manifestations and treatment of mycoplasma in children and pregnant women. Children are more likely to suffer from respiratory infections caused by mycoplasma infection. Basically, small patients develop bronchitis or mycoplasma pneumonia. Treatment is carried out in accordance with the respiratory symptoms of the disease, as well as a targeted effect on the causative agent of the disease.  

Mycoplasmosis disease during pregnancy is considered dangerous because of the possibility of premature birth, as well as because of some of the difficulties and features of drug therapy. The thing is that the use of most medicines is contraindicated for pregnant women, since aggressive medicinal substances penetrate the placenta and have a negative effect on the development of the fetus.

In addition, the treatment of mycoplasma is not always carried out, since this infection does not have a large effect on the body and is manifested in the form of violations only in rare cases. In order to prescribe drug treatment, special indications are necessary:  

– the presence of symptoms in the absence of pathogens other than mycoplasma;

– Significant inflammation of the genitourinary system (vaginitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis);

– the absence of contraindications for the use of antibiotic therapy (pregnancy, severely weakened immunity).

To suppress and eliminate mycoplasma infection, antibiotic treatment is used, supplemented by a complex of drug therapies (antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial drugs). In addition, the complex treatment of mycoplasmosis provides for immunomodulating and restorative therapy.

Mycoplasmosis is a disease that most often develops a second time, that is, against the background of a decrease in the function of the immune system. Only in this case, the conditionally pathogenic flora of the body begins to exceed the norm. Therefore, it is necessary to take care of immunity, consume vitamins, and avoid hypothermia. For the prevention of the disease, protected sexual contacts are promoted, for women – mandatory regular visits to the gynecologist.

Mycoplasma drugs

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Mycoplasmosis is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Mollicutes class – mycoplasmas. These microorganisms were first discovered in 1898, and since then scientists have already known about 40 species of mycoplasmas. Of these, M. hominis and M. genitalium are pathogenic, causing infections of the urogenital tract and, in most cases, are sexually transmitted.

As for the type of microorganism M. pneumoniae, it is one of the main causative agents of lung diseases. Therefore, the basic principle of choosing medicines and medications for the treatment of mycoplasma depends on the nature of the lesion, the area of ​​localization of the infection, and the sensitivity to antibiotics of these microorganisms.  

What is mycoplasma? How does the infection threaten the body?

Mycoplasmas are parasites that are an intermediate form of bacteria and viruses. They have the ability to penetrate into human tissues, multiply and, in the process of life, form toxic substances that cause the inflammatory process.

Mycoplasmas firmly bind to the epithelial cells of the upper respiratory or urinary tract, as well as the human genitals, which does not allow the body to remove them with mucus or with the flow of urine completely.

The nature of the clinical manifestations is affected by a decrease in the immunity of the human body, that is, the infection may be asymptomatic.

With mycoplasmosis, due to a violation of antigen recognition processes, the body produces antibodies against its own tissues and cells. Therefore, for the treatment of mycoplasma, sometimes it may be necessary to prescribe specific anti-inflammatory therapy aimed at reducing the activity of autoimmune processes and preventing the development of serious complications.  

Untreated mycoplasmosis is dangerous with the following complications:

· With urogenital mycoplasmosis, the reproductive function is disrupted, urethritis develops;

· With respiratory mycoplasmosis, pneumonia and bronchitis develop;

· Probably damage to the joints and the occurrence of arthritis;

· Disruption of the gastrointestinal tract;

· Negative reflection on the cardiovascular system, heart damage.

Treatment of respiratory and urogenital mycoplasmosis

Approaches to therapy should be individualized due to the lack of sensitivity of mycoplasmas to certain antibiotics and the ability of microorganisms to affect various organs. With the right selection of treatment regimens, in most cases, a reduction and relief of the disease is achieved. However, it is known that in 10% of cases when using standard drug therapy it is not possible to eliminate microorganisms, and therefore a chronic process develops, requiring a combination of antibiotics and longer periods of treatment. Therefore, the treatment of mycoplasma requires an integrated approach, taking into account several pathogenetic mechanisms of the development of the disease, its frequent transition to the chronic form and disease recurrence.  

Treatment for respiratory mycoplasmosis includes:

· Antibacterial therapy. This is the administration of tetracyclines (tetracycline, doxycycline); fluoroquinolones (ciprofloxacin); macrolides (azithromycin, clarithromycin). The duration of antibiotic therapy is 1-3 weeks.

· If necessary, use antipyretic drugs at the same time; antitussive and expectorant drugs.

Treatment of urogenital mycoplasmosis is:

· Antibacterial therapy using the same antibiotics as for respiratory mycoplasmosis, but with a course of 3-7 days inside. In parallel, women should be prescribed vaginal suppositories containing antibiotics (metronidazole), and men should be given cream or ointment (metrogil).

Antifungal drugs (fluconazole).

· Probiotics are prescribed to normalize microflora.

· Multivitamin complexes and immunostimulants (interferon, cycloferon) are used to increase immunity.

It is important to remember that the course of treatment for mycoplasmosis should be complete. Otherwise, the infection becomes “dormant” and can persist in the body for life, occasionally causing relapse of the disease.

Chlamydia: symptoms, treatment

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Before explaining the symptoms of chlamydia, a small digression should be made. The fact is that chlamydia is not one disease. This is a whole group of diverse diseases caused by chlamydia. And since several varieties of this microorganism can live in the human body, they provoke completely different diseases, with unlike symptoms.

Much also depends on in which organ or system Chlamydia is “settled”. For example, a disease caused by the same type of infection, but affecting either the eyes, or the genitourinary system, or the respiratory system, will manifest itself in completely different signs. That is, you need to understand that chlamydia symptoms will always be “not shown” specific, but depending on the area of ​​localization, therefore, it must be treated according to different schemes.    

The main signs of chlamydia

Since urogenital chlamydia is the most pathogenic for humans, it is first necessary to talk about the symptoms inherent in chlamydia of the genitourinary tract.

So, the primary symptoms of urogenital chlamydia that appear 7-30 days after infection look like this:

– in men – slight translucent discharge from the urethra, mild pain during urination;

– in women – similar discharge with an unpleasant odor from the vagina, mild pain during urination, pain in the pelvic area, intermenstrual bleeding;

– in children – itching in the genital area, frequent urination, discharge from the urethra (in boys) and the vagina (in girls).

If chlamydia has arisen on the conjunctiva of the eyes, then its symptoms are very similar to those of ordinary conjunctivitis. This is redness and swelling of the upper eyelid, purulent discharge from the eye, non-intense pain. Treatment in this case will be correct only if the doctor can determine the cause of the eye disease, that is, identify chlamydia.      

And, finally, respiratory chlamydia is like a common cold, with all its characteristic signs. This is a cough, sore throat, runny nose, fever, general weakness and so on. With this type of chlamydia, a lot depends on the correct diagnosis and timely treatment of the infection, since untreated respiratory chlamydia can lead to the development of pneumonia.

Chlamydia Treatment

Diagnosing chlamydia , recognizing its symptoms , prescribing the right treatment is a daunting task. In the advanced stage, the disease can lead to very serious consequences, regardless of which organ or system of the human body this infection has settled.    

Since chlamydia belongs to the group of parasites that live inside the cells, then drugs for their destruction must be selected that can penetrate deep into the cells and kill a specific strain of the parasite. Therefore, a treatment regimen for each patient is developed individually, and drugs and their dosage are prescribed in accordance with the detected type of chlamydia. The severity and duration of the course of the disease, the presence of concomitant diseases and infections, the patient’s age, and general health are also taken into account.

The basis of the medical treatment of chlamydia is antibiotics in different doses. The course of treatment takes place in several cycles to guarantee the destruction of all chlamydia and other genital infections. Along with this, antifungal drugs are prescribed for the patient, the task of which is to prevent the development of fungal diseases, which often happens in the body under the influence of antibiotics.

In some cases, patients with chlamydia are prescribed drugs that increase immunity and immunoactivators, which help stabilize and strengthen the body’s defenses. Enzymes in the treatment of chlamydia are used to enhance the action of antibiotics, restore blood circulation, as an anesthetic and decongestant, to reduce the body’s allergic reaction to antibiotics.

The cure is controlled by several methods, not earlier than two weeks after the end of therapeutic therapy.

Ointment for lichen

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Lichen is a whole group of mycoses, infectious diseases of the human skin, which are caused by spores of different types of fungi. Lesions can occur in lesions not only on the skin, but also on the mucous membranes, scalp and hair, nails (rarely) of a person.

Infection with various types of mycoses can occur in the following cases:

– visit to public institutions (pool, bath / sauna, fitness club, beach);

– contact with domestic and homeless animals;

– excessive addiction to sunburn or frequent visits to the solarium;

– certain types of work (janitor, cleaning lady, orderly, etc.).

Weakening immunity, hormonal imbalance, diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, etc.

It’s not easy to cure mycosis – it’s true. The course of therapy is quite long and complicated. The main means of treating different types of infectious mycoses is ointment from lichen , and to get rid of a particular type of mycosis, it is necessary to use external agents of various effects. 

The essence of external treatment depriving

The basis of the therapeutic treatment of lichen is made up of external agents – ointments containing hormones and antifungal agents.

Special antifungal drugs help destroy the causative agent of the disease, disrupting the synthesis of protein compounds in the structure of the fungus. As a result of this effect, not only the infectious microorganism, but also its spores die, which becomes a guarantee of reducing the symptoms of the disease and stopping further progression of lichen.

The group of antimycotic drugs intended for the treatment of mycoses includes ointment from lichen Mikozolon, Clotrimazole, Clotrimazole, as well as ointments based on birch tar or salicylic acid, sulfur ointment, etc. There are no special contraindications to the use of these drugs, as there are no serious complications after the course of treatment. The only side effect may be a minor allergic reaction, redness of the skin, itching and burning in the treated area. It is not necessary to stop treatment with such manifestations, since they pass very quickly.  

If lichen is accompanied by any other disease or proceeds in a chronic form, the main course of antifungal therapy is supplemented by the use of corticosteroids. The drugs of this group have anti-inflammatory effects, effectively relieve itching and burning from the affected skin, eliminate peeling. Hormone ointment with hormones is, for example, Sinalar or Flucinar. However, hormone-containing drugs for the treatment of lichen should be selected individually for each patient, since certain hormones can be useful in one form of lichen and are contraindicated in another.  

Ointments for the treatment of lichen in children

Since aggressive treatment of lichen in children with potent antifungal and corticosteroid drugs can be unsafe, the basis of ointments should be natural substances. As a rule, in the treatment of infectious mycoses, agents with iodine, sulfur, salicylic acid or birch tar are used. All these natural components are distinguished by the absence of side effects and have high anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.

Ointments with tar from lichen help to quickly eliminate the symptoms of lichen and have an excellent therapeutic effect. Salicylic acid-based agents are prescribed for the treatment of lichen with extensive skin damage. Sulfur ointment has an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect on the patient’s body. Ointment for lichen is used to treat the disease in children, as well as in pregnant women.

In conclusion, I would like to recall that it is not worthwhile to take any measures to treat depriving without prior consultation of a dermatologist, since improper treatment can harm the patient and lead to a complication of the disease.

Ureaplasma and mycoplasma: related infections

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Ureaplasmosis and mycoplasmosis are more than common human infectious diseases that affect mainly the urogenital system of the body. They are transmitted mainly through sexual contact. Infection is equally affected by men and women, but in some cases, mycoplasma infection can be transmitted to a child from a sick mother or, even less often, by contact and household from a sick family member with close contact.

Both types of diseases are provoked by special types of microorganisms: in the first case, the causative agent is Ureaplasma urealiticum, in the second – Micoplasma hominis. Ureaplasma and mycoplasma are the simplest microorganisms of a parasitic nature, which occupy an intermediate position between fungi, bacteria and viruses and combine these or those signs of these pathogenic “creatures”. Both infections are so similar that they are often treated only at the same time.  

Symptoms of infection in men

The incubation period for the adaptation of ureaplasmas and mycoplasmas in the human body requires a sufficiently long time, usually it is 1.5-2 months. At this time, microorganisms “penetrate” into the cells of the mucous membranes, settle there and “hide” for a while, waiting for a convenient time for reproduction.

The first symptoms of ureaplasmosis and mycoplasmosis do not have any specific signs by which the disease could be immediately diagnosed, are implicitly expressed and often look like symptoms of ordinary urethritis. The patient complains of a burning sensation and itching during urination, especially in the morning, he develops discharge from the genitals that is different from normal, his body temperature may slightly increase and his general health may worsen. In addition, urethritis, caused by ureaplasmas or mycoplasmas , is often accompanied by balanoposthitis.   

If adequate treatment is not carried out in time, the disease quickly becomes chronic, and ureaplasma or mycoplasma remain in the patient’s body, causing, from time to time, relapse of an existing disease and affecting other organs. Moreover, with each subsequent exacerbation of the disease only progresses. For example, with urethritis, inflammatory processes spread to the seminal vesicles and prostate gland, which ultimately leads to the development of vesiculitis or incurable ureaplasma prostatitis.

There are frequent cases when untreated infection after a while becomes the cause of chronic bilateral epididymitis, which causes obliteration of the epididymis and leads to an obstructive form of infertility.

If the patient is diagnosed with ureaplasma orchitis, there is a probability of a violation of the secretory function of the testicles and, consequently, the development of secretory infertility.

Ureaplasma and mycoplasma also become the cause of the development of pyelonephritis and mycoplasma cystitis.   

The basic principles of treatment

A treatment course lasts, on average, 2 weeks and consists of a complex of drug therapies. For the treatment of urogenital infections, targeted antibiotics, antibacterial and antifungal drugs are used. At the same time as the main course, the doctor prescribes immunomodulating pharmacological agents to the patient to strengthen the body’s defenses. Local treatment is also carried out in the form of instillations in the urethra of medications and physiotherapy.

It is very important to treat ureaplasmosis and mycoplasmosis at the same time for all sexual partners of the patient. Only in this case will it be possible to completely overcome the infection and avoid re-infection. It is forbidden to live sexually during treatment. In addition, patients need to follow a certain diet, excluding the use of spicy, salty, fried, spicy dishes. You should also give up alcohol and, preferably, from smoking.

Colpitis: symptoms, treatment

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Symptoms of colpitis (vaginitis) are familiar to almost every woman. A feeling of heaviness in the vaginal area, in acute forms – itching, burning, the appearance of atypical discharge … The appearance of these characteristic signs can be caused by a number of reasons – from a decrease in local immunity to the activation of infectious diseases. Colpitis is often triggered by trichomoniasis. Identification of the sources of inflammatory processes is possible only by passing the necessary tests.

The first determination of colpitis occurs with a standard visual examination on a gynecological chair. The specialist notes redness of the vaginal mucosa, with expressive signs of inflammation. For the diagnosis of colpitis , both symptoms and treatment are strictly individual.    

The second necessary procedure to identify the sources of the pathological process is the study of the biological material of the patient (smear on the microflora, cytological examination). According to the results of the analysis, the true cause of colpitis is indicated.

The manifestation of the characteristic symptoms of colpitis (vaginitis) may indicate various pathological processes that occur in the body. Bacteria, fungal formations, microorganisms are recognized as the “culprit” of inflammation of the vaginal mucosa. No less influence on the development of the disease is exerted by disturbances in the digestive and excretory systems. A wide causal range of colpitis dictates the need for its accurate diagnosis and appropriate comprehensive treatment.

It’s all about weak immunity!

In the absence of infectious signs of the disease, colpitis is treated by local drug exposure. Douching with a weak solution of potassium permanganate, rotokan or a decoction of herbs (at least 1 time per day) can be prescribed to the patient. In this case, it is often necessary to use special intravaginal sprays. Their task is to improve the condition of the microflora of the vagina. As an aid, the doctor may recommend taking immunomodulatory drugs.

In the case of recognition of the infectious provocation of colpitis, the symptoms and treatment will differ significantly from a similar process that proceeds without bacterial complications. The clinical picture of this type of colpitis is more expressive. The patient may complain of itching and burning, pain during urination and sexual intercourse, the appearance of copious abnormal discharge. The detection of trichomonads, gonococci, streptococci, E. coli requires the specialist to prescribe a comprehensive, multi-component antibiotic course (for general and local exposure). An important component of such treatment is the need to take drugs containing bifidobacteria. This auxiliary therapy is prescribed at the end of antibiotic effects on the body.    

How can colpitis be treated?

When detecting colpitis, patients, unfortunately, often refuse full treatment. In this case, they consider the best treatment option to eliminate the symptoms of the disease. For this purpose, physiotherapeutic procedures, homeopathic preparations, douching and phyto-baths are used. However, short-term improvement is not a guarantee of cure for colpitis . Subsequently, the symptoms can only worsen, relapses are likely, which means that treatment will need to be resumed.     

The practice of the general, standard treatment described in medical guides is incorrect. The material for their preparation is formal knowledge about the disease. As for the effective treatment of colpitis, it is possible only by studying the analyzes of each individual patient. Only an individual approach to the treatment of gynecological diseases guarantees a successful recovery.

Attention – candidiasis! Throat fungus

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A fungus or thrush in the throat is an inflammatory fungal disease that occurs on the mucous membrane of the larynx. The role of the causative agent of the disease are yeast fungi of the genus Candida. This fungus exists in the body of any person, but the cause of the development of the disease is not always the case. The fungus in the throat is activated only under certain conditions, for example, when taking certain types of antibiotics and other drugs, as well as with a general decrease in human immunity.  

The most susceptible to this disease are babies 1-3 years old, premature babies, children with congenital pathologies of the digestive system. In addition to children, the risk group for the development of throat fungus includes elderly people with a low protective barrier and slowed down regeneration of the mucous membrane. The likelihood of encountering thrush is high in cancer patients, patients with HIV and AIDS.

Symptoms of Fungal Thrush

When examining the throat, you can notice white discharge of a cheesy character. The main signs of thrush on the mucous membranes of the larynx are:

– cracks;

– microerosion;

– bubble inflammation.

As a result of damage to the throat mucosa, the process of swallowing is difficult, itching occurs. On the mucous membrane of the throat, a spotted plaque of white color and small red dots appear. If plaque is removed, small erosive lesions become visible on the tissues. During swallowing, the patient experiences pain.

A fungus in the throat is a common cause of tonsil inflammation. In severe cases, there is a risk of infection by the fungus of the esophagus. 

If throat candidiasis does not begin to be treated in a timely manner, serious complications may appear. Most often this is the attachment of a secondary bacterial flora, the appearance of abscesses and pustules. Violation of swallowing and sudden weight loss with thrush in the throat cause cachexia (extreme exhaustion), as well as other serious conditions requiring inpatient treatment.

Treatment methods. Prevention

A fungus in the throat requires an extremely comprehensive treatment. For local treatment, antifungal ointments and creams are used, systemic treatment involves the use of oral medications. Patients are recommended to rinse the oral cavity and larynx with antiseptic solutions – Stomatophyte, Chlorophyllipt, Hexoral, Fukortsin. 

The therapeutic diet excludes hard, fried, spicy and solid foods. Fortified foods must be included in the diet. For babies who are breastfeeding, it is recommended to carry out treatment without stopping breastfeeding.

To optimize the treatment of fungus in the throat, doctors recommend the use of safe folk remedies. You can gargle with decoctions of medicinal herbs (sage, chamomile, calendula, oak bark) or a solution of soda. Procedures should be performed at least 3 times a day.  

Prevention of candidiasis in the throat in young children is to comply with the rules of oral hygiene, regular examination by a dentist, pediatrician. At the slightest suspicion of a fungus, you need to contact an otolaryngologist.

During seasonal epidemics, it is necessary to sanitize the throat. It is important to monitor the diet of the child and regularly steam toys, nipples, bottles, jars.

Prevention of candidiasis in adults is carried out by slightly different methods. It is necessary to maintain hygiene not only in the oral cavity, but also in the whole organism. Excellent prevention of the disease is sanatorium and resort treatment, rational nutrition, hardening, timely treatment of infectious diseases and chronic pathologies, increasing immunity with moderate physical exertion.