Folk remedies for thrush: infusions and srintsevaniya - during pregnancy

December 30, 2010

  • Folk remedies for thrush: infusions and srintsevaniya
  • When pregnancy
  • Children

Folk remedies for the treatment of thrush in pregnancy

Folk remedies for the treatment of thrush, can certainly be used during pregnancy, but only on prescription and under his control. Shall be held and laboratory control cure. Self-medication during pregnancy should be excluded.


Why during pregnancy there is a risk of developing thrush

During pregnancy, under the influence of hormonal changes are always reduced immunity - a physiological response that is needed to save the pregnancy, or the mother's body can deprive cells of the fetus.

On the mucous membranes of the genitals of women are very often present fungi genus Candida, but they usually do not cause disease, but with a decrease in immunity can immediately start to multiply and penetrate the mucosa, causing disease. If the yeast infection is not treated, it can spread to the internal genital organs, and it is very dangerous during pregnancy. In addition, the child during birth can get thrush.

In the treatment of thrush Treating Thrush: how to get rid of bad fungus  Treating Thrush: how to get rid of bad fungus
   (including folk remedies) in addition to antifungal agents must be present means for strengthening the immune system Strengthening the immune system - help the immune system  Strengthening the immune system - help the immune system
 . It is possible to combine the conventional treatment (usually vaginal tablets or suppositories, which are not absorbed into the blood) with a national - the effect will be much better.


Antifungal agents of plant origin that can be used during pregnancy

Good antifungal properties has honey. When thrush during pregnancy can be cleaned with genital mucosa honey, diluted with water at the rate of 1 to 10. The procedure should be performed twice a day for as long until all signs of thrush.

But perhaps the best known way to treat thrush is sitting warm (but not hot!) Hip baths with 2% sodium carbonate solution. The solution is prepared at the rate of a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water. Seats warm bath can also be made from extracts of St. John's wort, chamomile, calendula. All are brewed at the rate tablespoon per liter of boiled water, half an hour, filtered and used for baths.

You can also lubricate the mucous membranes of the genitals hlorofillipta oil solution (it is sold in a pharmacy).

At night, you can enter the vagina gauze pad soaked in yogurt, and in the morning to retrieve his pad sewn into the thread. After removal of the tampon How to use sanitary pad - basic precautions  How to use sanitary pad - basic precautions
   You can spend douching with the infusion of hypericum and calendula. Douching can be carried out using 200 ml syringe. However, these procedures can be done only on prescription.

For sit-baths and douches can prepare a decoction of the following collection: 1 part yarrow leaves, rosemary and sage Sage - cvyaschennaya grass  Sage - cvyaschennaya grass
 2 parts of oak bark. 4 tablespoons of the mixture pour three liters of cold water, bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes, leave for half an hour, then strain and use for cleaning the trays and seating diluting 2: 1 with water.

You can cook, and a broth 3 tablespoons of the collection (1 part oak bark and chamomile, 5 parts of herbs knotweed, 3 parts of nettle leaves) pour 1, 5 liters of cold water, bring to a boil, boil for 5 minutes, insist half an hour, filtered and used for sedentary baths, diluted with 2: 1 with water.


Immunostimulants of vegetable origin which can be used during pregnancy

With immunostimuljatorami plant (Echinacea, lemon grass, ginseng, Rhodiola rosea) during pregnancy need to be very careful. In most cases, they are contraindicated in pregnancy because they can provoke the contractile activity of uterine muscles.

The only thing a woman can do to strengthen the immunity of the mucous membranes - is to drink carrot juice - it contains beta-carotene, from which the body is formed vitamin A, which protects the skin and mucous membranes and strengthens their immune system. But a lot of carrot juice to drink harmful safely every morning for half an hour before a meal drink a glass of fresh juice, three quarters of which is an apple and a quarter - carrot juice.

In addition, you need to take your doctor's vitamin-mineral complexes and lead a healthy lifestyle. Healthy lifestyle - this is the correct regular varied diet, the maximum exposure to fresh air, alternating feasible motor activity and recreation. It is advisable to regularly perform complex medical gymnastics.

Traditional methods of treatment of thrush may well be used for the treatment of pregnant women, but only by a doctor, who will choose the most appropriate means to treat it this woman.

Mikomaks - a new clone of fluconazole - Precautions

August 29, 2013

  • Mikomaks - a new clone of fluconazole
  • Indications and contraindications
  • Safety measures

 mikomaks precautions

Precautions and side effects

Patients who take mikomaks, regularly go to the survey to ensure that the drug is to meet its objectives, and does not cause significant adverse health effects. It is necessary to undergo a course of treatment to the end, otherwise there is a risk of recurrence.

Babies should not be taken simultaneously with mikomaks astemizole, cisapride, pimozide, quinidine or terfenadints. The combination of these drugs can increase the risk of side effects.

Since mikomaks may cause serious harm to the developing fetus (especially in the first trimester of pregnancy), during the course of treatment must use reliable contraception. If you think you could get pregnant while taking mikomaks as soon as possible consult a physician.

In rare cases mikomaks can cause serious disorders of the liver. Stop taking the drug and call your doctor if you will have any of these symptoms:

  • Abdominal pain;
  • Hypersensitivity in the abdomen;
  • Chair of unusual light color;
  • Dark-colored urine;
  • Lack of appetite;
  • Fever;
  • Headache;
  • Itching;
  • Nausea and vomiting;
  • Skin rash;
  • Swelling of the feet (or foot only);
  • General tiredness or weakness;
  • The yellow color of the skin or whites of the eyes.

Even rarer mikomaks cause severe allergic reactions Allergic reactions: how to understand why you tickle in the throat  Allergic reactions: how to understand why you tickle in the throat
 Or anaphylactic shock Anaphylaxis: a gun on sparrows  Anaphylaxis: a gun on sparrows
 . Stop taking the drug and call an ambulance if you or another person appeared symptoms such as extensive skin rash, difficulty breathing and swallowing, swelling of the hands, face, or throat.

Sometimes mikomaks causing extensive skin rashes that are not signs of anaphylaxis, but when they occur should also consult a doctor.

Some patients mikomaks leads to cardiac arrhythmia, which can be a result of fainting, and other serious side effects.

Drowsiness and attention problems - another fairly common side effect mikomaks. For this reason, patients are advised in the first days after the start of the drug do not drive a car or engage in other potentially dangerous activities, and watch how the body responds to the treatment. If you find yourself among those who mikomaks cause drowsiness should refrain from driving a car to the end of treatment.

While you are taking mikomaks, do not start taking any other drugs (this applies, including non-prescription medicines, vitamin supplements and herbal medicines) without first consulting with your doctor.

The total list of possible side effects mikomaks (including the rarest)

  • Abdominal pain in the stomach;
  • Chills;
  • Cough;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Trouble swallowing;
  • Dizziness;
  • Cardiopalmus;
  • Fever;
  • Headache;
  • Hives;
  • Nausea and vomiting;
  • Swelling of the skin around the eyes, lips, or tongue;
  • Shortness of breath;
  • Chest tightness;
  • Bad breath Breath (halitosis) - is sometimes useful to close the mouth  Breath (halitosis) - is sometimes useful to close the mouth
  • Black, tarry stools;
  • Peeling skin;
  • Pain or discomfort in the chest;
  • Convulsions;
  • Reducing the frequency of urination;
  • Dry mouth;
  • Fainting;
  • Excessive thirst;
  • Joint or muscle pain;
  • Numbness or tingling in hands, feet or lips;
  • Painful or difficult urination;
  • Pale skin;
  • Redness and irritation of the eyes;
  • A sore throat.

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