Ureaplasma - treatment of infectious and inflammatory processes - Candles

February 2, 2013

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 candles from ureaplasmas

Candles from ureaplasmas - not always apply

Ureaplasma and caused her infectious inflammation is treated only with systemic antibiotic therapy with a simultaneous reduction of immunity. In some cases, if there are indications, and candles are used by ureaplasma, but they are of secondary importance.

 Candles | Ureaplasma - treatment of infectious and inflammatory processes

How to treat the infection ureaplazmaticheskuyu

Ureaplazmaticheskuyu infection is treated by oral antibiotics three groups: tetracyclines (mainly doxycycline), macrolides (azithromycin, josamycin, clarithromycin, etc.), quinolones (ofloxacin, moxifloxacin, and others). None of these drugs are not available in the form of suppositories. But there is, for example, candles Hexicon D, which contain an antiseptic for local suppression of life ureaplasmas.

Besides antibiotic therapy and immunomodulators used yet. These drugs are available including the form of suppositories (spark - Genferon, viferon).

Furthermore, the candle may be used to treat mixed infections. For example, for the treatment of Trichomonas and Candida infections suitable vaginal suppositories Vaginal suppositories - for contraception and treatment of inflammation  Vaginal suppositories - for contraception and treatment of inflammation
   Clione D. These candles are suitable for the treatment of bacterial vaginosis Treatment of bacterial vaginosis - should be comprehensive  Treatment of bacterial vaginosis - should be comprehensive

 Candles | Ureaplasma - treatment of infectious and inflammatory processes

Candles from ureaplasmas with antiseptics

An example of these candles can be vaginal suppositories Hexicon D (Valium, Russia). Each candle contains 8 mg of the active active ingredient - chlorhexidine - antiseptic for topical application. Hexicon D is active against ureaplasmas suppressing their livelihoods.

Furthermore, geksidin active against chlamydia, gonococcus, gardnerellas, trichomonads and herpes simplex virus Herpes simplex - in fact, not so simple  Herpes simplex - in fact, not so simple
   - These pathogens are often combined with ureaplazmaticheskoy infection, contributing to its weighting of current and development of complications. The positive properties of this drug is that it does not suppress the vital activity of the normal microflora of the vagina, so is used not only for treatment but also for prevention of various sexually transmitted infections.

For the treatment of infections Hexicon ureaplazmaticheskoy D used only as an auxiliary means in combination with antibiotics for oral administration. It is injected into the vagina for one suppository twice a week. The doctor can extend the treatment up to three weeks. Candles Hexicon A well tolerated, the side effects are known only to allergic reactions. Contraindications for use of this drug is the only individual intolerance of components. Candles can be used during pregnancy, infant feeding Breastfeeding - a personal choice  Breastfeeding - a personal choice
   breasts and children.

 Candles | Ureaplasma - treatment of infectious and inflammatory processes

Candles from ureaplasmas with immunomodulators

Immunomodulator drugs called restoring immunity. These drugs include suppositories Genferon (Biocad, Russia), an active substance which is a human recombinant interferon alpha-2. Each candle it contains 250,000, 500,000 or 1 million IU. Furthermore, in the candles include taurine and benzocaine. Candles may be used as a rectally and vaginally.

Genferon provides local and systemic immunomodulatory effects, as well as antiviral and antibacterial action by activating cellular and humoral immunity. In addition, interferon inhibits the multiplication of viruses and chlamydia. Taurine has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, promotes tissue repair. Benzocaine to local anesthetic agents, it prevents the nerve impulses and causing pain.

Genferon can be used as part of an integrated treatment ureaplazmaticheskoy infection in both men and women. Especially effective this drug in the treatment of mixed infections that are accompanied by pain and itching.

In the treatment of infections in women ureaplazmaticheskoy candles inserted into the vagina twice a day (the dose prescribed by the doctor, it is depending on the severity of the inflammatory process) within ten days. Men suppositories are administered into the rectum twice a day also.

The drug is well tolerated and can only cause allergic reactions. But with the introduction of very high doses (about 10 candles to 1 million IU) may occur, headache, changes in the cellular composition of the blood (decrease in the number of white blood cells and platelets), fever, sweating, fatigue, loss of appetite, joint pain and muscles.

Contraindications for use Genferon is the only idiosyncrasy of its components, the body of the patient. With caution and only for health reasons (of course, prescribed by a doctor) used candles Genferon during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as the presence of a patient allergic and autoimmune (allergic to the body's own tissue) disease.

Genferon peculiarity is that when combined with the use of antibiotics in the treatment of infectious and inflammatory processes of urogenital organs increases its effectiveness.

Candles can be used in the treatment of infections ureaplazmaticheskoy, but only as part of a treatment prescribed by a doctor.

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This insidious ureaplasma - often too late - How can you get sick

February 1, 2013

  • This insidious ureaplasma - often too late
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 How could I get ureaplasmosis

How could I get ureaplasmosis

Ureaplasmosis - an infectious disease caused by ureaplasma and sexually transmitted diseases. Reproduction of microorganisms can be enhanced under the influence of female hormones, so ureaplasmosis more common in women of childbearing age. Ureapazmoza also contribute to the spread of hormonal contraceptives, which are not a barrier to ureaplasmas.

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How is ureaplazmazma - most often sexual contact

Ureaplasma - a small bacterium that belongs to the pathogenic microflora living on the surface of the urogenital organs. Under certain circumstances, it may be the causative agent of infectious-inflammatory process. What are these conditions and how you can get sick ureaplasmosis?

The mode of transmission is most often sexual, but it is also possible household (via personal care products) and fetal (from a pregnant woman to the fetus) route of infection.

Ureaplasma often causes disease in the weakening of the body. This is usually the case with disorderly sexual life, lowered immunity, after an inflammatory genital diseases, and so on. Women often suffer ureaplasmosis, children and men - much less.

 How could I get | this insidious ureaplasma - often too late

The main route of transmission - sexual contact

Infectious-inflammatory diseases of the urinary organs caused ureaplasmas refers to sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Nonetheless, most people these small bacteria live at mucosal surfaces without causing disease. When sexual contact (including oral sex) ureaplasma gets to the genitals partner. Further scenarios could be two:

  • after a certain time period equal to the incubation period (time from infection to onset of symptoms), there are signs of infectious and inflammatory process caused by ureaplasma; in women is usually an inflammation of the vaginal mucosa (colpitis), and men - urethra or the urethra (urethritis); The incubation period for this disease is an average of about 3-4 weeks, but may be as short or long;
  • ureaplasma lives on the genitals of men and women, without causing disease, but can be transmitted to the partner; This condition is called carriage ureaplasmas, it can not be treated if detected ureaplasmas both sexual partners.

However, under certain conditions, ureaplasma, living on the genitals can cause disease. There are two conditions: decreased immunity and the violation of the integrity of the mucous membranes of the urinary organs. Immunosuppression can occur against the background of the common cold, stress, acute myocardial disease, severe physical and emotional stress, and so on.

A violation of the integrity of the mucous membranes of the urinary organs can occur, for example, as a result of some medical procedures or diseases of other sexually transmitted infections, which cause inflammation and "open the gates" for penetration of the genitals ureaplasmas. That is why ureaplasmosis often combined with other STIs. Often ureaplazmennogo infection occurs in people suffering from trichomoniasis, chlamydia, gonorrhea. To develop ureaplazmennoj infection can also cause vaginal bacteria overgrowth Dysbacteriosis vagina - how to fight?  Dysbacteriosis vagina - how to fight?
   (bacterial vaginosis) in women and similar diseases in men.

 How could I get | this insidious ureaplasma - often too late

The second transmission - from mother to child

Ureaplasmas transmission from mother to child - it's not such a frequent mode of transmission, but it also occurs. During pregnancy, the ureaplasma is rarely falls to the fetus, as it is well protected - nature has provided him maximum protection against infection. Yet intrauterine infection caused by ureaplasma occurs. This ureaplasma gets to the fetus or the fetal membranes from the uterine cavity (upward path), or blood through the blood vessels that supply nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the fetus through the placenta.

When ascending infection of the fetus through the fetal membranes and amniotic fluid infection usually gets in his airways, causing inflammation of the lungs Pneumonia - Symptoms and Causes  Pneumonia - Symptoms and Causes
 . Infection via the blood can lead to multiple lesions of internal organs of the fetus.

Sometimes when there ureaplasmas mother pregnancy proceeds normally, but during childbirth can go to the child, causing a variety of diseases, mainly infectious and inflammatory diseases of the respiratory tract.

Ureaplasmas pose a threat for most pregnant women, as during pregnancy decreased immunity and carriage ureaplasmas can go into an infectious-inflammatory process.

Thus, ureaplasma, even if they do not cause disease, are a threat to pregnancy. Therefore, if they were discovered during pregnancy planning, both spouses being treated.

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What are some other ways to transmit ureaplasmas

Household transmission ureaplasmas many researchers doubt. However, the infection can not be excluded that, for example, when a person uses a healthy patient with a towel immediately after. But in the bath or pool ureaplazmoy likely to catch impossible.

Theoretically, there is also the possibility of infection during transplantation of organs and tissues (transplant), but it is very rare, since the donor organs carefully examined.

Ureaplasmas enter the body mainly through sexual contact, at least - from mother to child during pregnancy and childbirth. The rest of the modes of transmission of this infection are uncertain.

 How could I get | this insidious ureaplasma - often too late

Signs ureaplasmosis

After infection, the incubation period passes (2-4 weeks) and then there are the first signs of the disease. In men, it may be symptoms of urethritis in men: discharge from the urethra in the morning, burning when urinating, a slight increase in body temperature, malaise.

Women appear minor colorless vaginal discharge, itching and discomfort in the vulva, frequent painful urination. In the long may periodically appear pains in the lower abdomen, deterioration of general condition, fever.

But more often the disease goes unnoticed and the person is unaware of it.

On examination, the doctor may detect signs of ovarian inflammation (adnexitis) in the absence of complaints from women.

 How could I get | this insidious ureaplasma - often too late

Complications ureaplasmosis

Women ureaplasmosis Ureaplasmosis - inflammation of the urogenital system  Ureaplasmosis - inflammation of the urogenital system
   can cause adhesions in the epididymis, resulting in obstruction of the fallopian tubes and infertility. Ureaplasma is often the cause of chronic kidney disease and urinary tract infections, followed by the formation of stones.

When pregnancy is possible infection of the placenta and fetal membranes - resulting in miscarriages, premature birth, missed abortion Missed abortion - do not lose faith in yourself  Missed abortion - do not lose faith in yourself
 To the birth of a child with intrauterine infection. After birth ureaplasmosis can cause endometritis (inflammation of the uterus), which in severe cases can result in its removal.

In men, the infection can spread to other urinary organs, lead to the defeat of the testicles and the prostate gland, which can also cause infertility.

 How could I get | this insidious ureaplasma - often too late

How to diagnose

In order to establish the correct diagnosis is carried smears of the vagina or urethra with microscopic examination. Seeding is also carried out on the discharge medium with a certain number of bacteria per ml of medium and Ureaplasma sensitivity to particular antibiotics.

In the blood by PCR (polymerase chain reaction) DNA revealed ureaplasmas, ELISA (enzyme immunoassay) - the presence of antibodies to ureaplasmas.