Endometrial polyps - the treatment may be different

November 2, 2012

 endometrial polyp treatment
 Polyps are growths develop on the basis of the mucous membrane of the uterus during hormonal disorders, and hormone-be. Treatment of endometrial polyps is different, but requires early detection and those, and others, as the cells that are able to transform education in cancer cells.

 Endometrial polyps - the treatment may be different

Treatment of endometrial polyps with hormonal disorders

Any polyps to be removed. But the tactics of their removal in women of different ages are different. The young women who want to have children in the future, a polyp removed sighting, endoscopic method using a hysteroscope, which allows for the removal of high quality, completely removing the polyp with a leg extending in her blood vessels. Removal of polyps is sent to the laboratory for histological studies - it allows you to identify the presence of abnormal cells - the first sign of the degeneration of the polyp to cancer.

After that the woman appointed by hormone therapy, inhibits the secretion of estrogen and stimulate the secretion of progesterone. After the restoration of the menstrual cycle overgrown mucous membrane of the uterus is removed yourself during menstruation and is no longer growing. A tactic, even if the polyps were found abnormal cells.

There is a surgical stimulation of ovulation Ovulation - How to determine as accurately as possible?  Ovulation - How to determine as accurately as possible?
 Which is used, for example, in women with polycystic ovaries, against which develops their sclerosis. This involves a wedge resection or cauterization of the ovaries. The operation is performed using the laparoscope - apparatus that allows the operation without cutting the tissue by means of small holes in the skin.

But in women after forty years removed a polyp is usually not only, but also all the mucous membrane of the uterus - held its scraping Scraping - heavy and unsafe procedure  Scraping - heavy and unsafe procedure
   using a hysteroscope. If polyps are found in abnormal cells, the most commonly performed ablation of mucosa - its complete destruction, together with the main (basal) layer, which has never rejected during menstruation. Only after that the woman is prescribed individually chosen hormone therapy.

Besides the treatment of hormonal disorders and polyp removal matters and the general condition of the woman. Identified and being treated endocrine and metabolic diseases, contributing to the development of hormonal disorders. Such diseases include diabetes Diabetes - threatening and incurable disease  Diabetes - threatening and incurable disease
 , Obesity and others. If you do not carry out such therapy, hormonal disorders, and against the background of endometrial polyps appear again.

The main method of preventing the development of polyps in the background of hormonal disorders is a timely reference to the doctor about any changes in the reproductive system of women.

 Endometrial polyps - the treatment may be different

Treatment of endometrial polyps without hormonal changes

These polyps are not accompanied by menstrual irregularities. The reasons for their appearance not fully elucidated, but it is believed that the importance inflammatory diseases and injuries of the uterine wall. For example, violations in the mucosa may begin with chronic gonorrhea, which can spread to the internal genital organs. Or infection as well as the injury of the uterine wall, began after a difficult birth, abortion or miscarriage. All these processes can cause abnormalities in the basal layer of the endometrium and encourage its proliferation in the form of a polyp.

Such polyps simply removed. In our time, it is not considered appropriate to remove the polyps of the uterus using a conventional curette (sharp tool of special). Such removal is very often leads to relapse of the disease, because a polyp has a leg, which are the blood vessels and if you do not remove the leg, a polyp to grow again.

Today, such an operation is carried out using a hysteroscope - endoscopic optical instrument that allows the doctor to see the eye as it is that it removes. As a result of therapeutic hysteroscopy cases of recurrence of endometrial polyps decreased to a minimum.

If small polyps pregnancy occurs, it is usually removed after birth, since a small polyp in the uterus Polyps in the uterus - the result of hormonal disorders  Polyps in the uterus - the result of hormonal disorders
   usually it does not interfere with the development of pregnancy. But sometimes it is necessary to remove a polyp during pregnancy, for example, if it is growing rapidly. In this case, as the polyp is removed by means of a hysteroscope.

 Endometrial polyps - the treatment may be different

How to protect yourself from endometrial polyps

Protect against endometrial polyps can only be regularly visiting the gynecologist's office. It was found that if a woman does so twice a year, any gynecological diseases can be detected at an early stage. And to treat such diseases (and even cancer) today are able to very well. Thus, treated at an early stage of endometrial cancer is not an obstacle for further pregnancy and birth to a healthy child.

Galina Romanenko

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Preparations from yeast: how to overcome common problem?

June 2nd, 2011

  • Preparations from yeast: how to overcome common problem?
  • Overview

 preparations from yeast
 Standard treatment of vaginal candidiasis Vaginal candidiasis - Treatment: in the fight against the fungus  Vaginal candidiasis - Treatment: in the fight against the fungus
   (thrush) - antifungal agents. This can be a cream or suppository for topical or tablets for ingestion. An alternative means of gaining popularity, becoming vaginal boric acid capsules.

Antifungal drugs in pill form that you take orally, affect the whole body (that is, if you have somewhere else there is a fungal infection Fungal infection: to prevent and defeat  Fungal infection: to prevent and defeat
 They will also be effective). Vaginal means operate only in the area of ​​application. During pregnancy are considered safe only vaginal means.


Selecting medicines

  • Vaginal antifungal agents are sold in packages designed for one, three or more days of application.
  • Oral antifungals easy to use, but should not be used during pregnancy.
  • Vaginal boric acid capsules you can buy without a prescription. They should not be used by pregnant.


The creams and suppositories

Funds from yeast topical sold without a prescription. You can choose a cream or suppositories - that you prefer. Many drugs are marketed in a dosage calculated one, three or seven days of application.

Creams are usually introduced into the vagina using an applicator.

Common types of creams:

  • Antifungol, Candide, Kandibene (active ingredient - clotrimazole)
  • Ginezol, Gyno-Daktarin, Clione-D (miconazole).
  • Ginofort (butoconazole)

Be sure to carefully read the instructions to the drug.

Some creams used only at night, since they can flow out of the vagina. Also suitable cream for topical application in the labia, such creams help relieve itching.

Some of these agents (miconazole and clotrimazole) are also produced in the form of vaginal tablets and suppositories for insertion into the vagina. Often, they are sold with a special applicator. The advantage of such tools is that they are less spoiled than creams. Moreover, they usually contain a high concentration of active substances, and therefore, the treatment will take less time.


Tablets for oral administration

Antifungal agents may be in the form of tablets. The most common drug - fluconazole Fluconazole - used with caution  Fluconazole - used with caution
   (sold under the names Diflucan, Mikosist, Flucostat and others). Previously, the most popular has been ketoconazole (Nizoral, Sebozol and so on), but this material may have undesirable effects on the liver.

The tablets are used to treat a single occurrence of thrush. Also, oral medications are used, if local facilities are ineffective, and to deal with repetitive cases of thrush. In the latter case, they are used in small doses for six months or a year.

Tablets are effective - they cure vaginal candidiasis in 80-90% of cases. However, they do not bring quick relief of symptoms, so in the first forty-eight hours of treatment recommended and vaginal preparations.

When receiving antifungal pills are possible side effects. In case of serious side effects, consult your doctor.


Things to consider

Antifungal creams and suppositories (suppository) applied vaginally, have fewer side effects than the tablets. The reason is that vaginal agent does not act on the whole body, but only to the genital area. The tablets may be common side effects such as nausea, headache, abdominal pain. On the other hand, take a pill is much easier and more convenient than inject the drug into the vagina.

Oils included in creams and suppositories, can damage the latex. This means that if you use a cream condoms and diaphragms are not reliable protection against pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.

If you are taking warfarin Warfarin - indirect anticoagulants  Warfarin - indirect anticoagulants
   (anticoagulant), receiving antifungal drugs can lead to bleeding.

Any drug should be used according to doctor's instructions and recommendations.

Discuss with your doctor:

  • What kind of preparations you should choose. It depends on your preferences and the effectiveness of drugs in each particular case.
  • Should you abstain from sexual intercourse during treatment.
  • Whether to continue treatment during menstruation.