Warts - treatment must be expert

May 9, 2013

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 Viral warts on the genitals - is warts. Treatment of genital warts should be supervised by a specialist: the nature of this disease is that it can only be overcome by joint efforts of the doctor and the patient. The role of the patient can not be passive, because it requires a complete overhaul and possible lifestyle changes.

 Warts - treatment must be expert

What does it take to get rid of warts

First of all, you need to know that with the help of treatment can get rid of warts, but the virus that causes it. Human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes genital warts and, modern medicine is removed from the body has not yet learned, as well as other pathogens of chronic viral infections (herpes, hepatitis B virus, and so on).

HPV causes the disease (in this case, the growth of warts) only in case of violation of immunity. And since after the introduction of HPV in the body it stays there forever, to get rid of the warts and prevent the growth of new warts after the treatment, you need to constantly maintain a healthy lifestyle. Another way to deal with constant no warts. Of course, the doctor may prescribe antiviral and immune-boosting drugs general and local action, but they are not consistently applied, and sooner or later the patient has to become aware of the fact that in the treatment of warts main responsibility lies with himself.

 Warts - treatment must be expert

What has to offer for the treatment of genital warts doctor

Today, all experts are inclined to believe that the treatment of viral warts should be comprehensive and include antiviral, immunomodulatory general and local treatment, conservative treatment aimed at eliminating the complications of the disease (eg, suppuration warts) and removal of warts in different ways.

The goal of treatment is to:

  • decrease in amount of the body below the threshold amount of HPV, the virus may cause disease; this is achieved using antivirals general and local action and the removal of warts - in their cells contain a large number of viruses;
  • strengthening the immune system The immune system - how it works?  The immune system - how it works?
 Whose mission is to prevent the penetration of HPV in healthy cells, prevent its reproduction, and caused by a virus uncontrolled division of epithelial cells; This is achieved by the application of general and local immunomodulatory drugs;
  • detection and treatment of complications of genital warts - suppuration, bleeding, rebirth into a malignant tumor Malignant tumor: cells are mad  Malignant tumor: cells are mad
   and so on.

A feature of antiviral and immunomodulatory treatment of warts is that the majority of antiviral drugs (acyclovir, and other drugs of this series) in this case ineffective. Therefore, drugs used for the treatment, simultaneously having immunomodulatory and antiviral effect. On the effectiveness of such drugs experts particularly allocate domestic product panavir. This drug is used for both general and for the topical treatment of warts. There are other drugs with similar effects.

 Warts - treatment must be expert

What can be done to the patient himself

All drugs used courses. They, of course, strengthen the immune system and suppress the vital activity of HPV, but if you do not maintain a healthy lifestyle, the effect will be short-lived and sooner or later will again begin to grow warts. Treatment is conducted by a doctor, and not supported by the patient may not be effective.

Warn relapse can only be a healthy lifestyle, proper nutrition Proper nutrition - the basic precepts of healthy food  Proper nutrition - the basic precepts of healthy food
 , Moderate (by age and state of health), physical activity, regular exposure to fresh air, lack of too high physical and emotional stress, normal sleep Dreams: how to understand our dreams  Dreams: how to understand our dreams
   night, getting rid of bad habits. This is the main task of the patient, which can only perform fully reviewing and changing their lifestyle.

Of great importance is the identification and treatment of all chronic diseases and foci of infection - often they help to reduce immunity. In the first place should be given to chronic diseases of the nasopharynx and the digestive system, which can take place quickly. Such diseases include tonsillitis, sinusitis, gastritis, gastroduodenitis, colitis, pancreatitis, cholecystitis and so on. A hotbed of constant infections, contributing to reduced immunity, there may be carious teeth. Detection and treatment of these foci of infection is also the task of the patient - you just need to think about their health, about what kinds of problems often arise and promptly contact the appropriate specialist.

For the treatment of warts the doctor and the patient must unite their efforts. Only in this case it will be a long time to get rid of recurrence of the disease and live a normal full life.

Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

December 6, 2012

 Mycoplasma genitalium
 Mycoplasma genitalium was open later than other species of mycoplasmas, about thirty years ago. Today, the organism is not yet fully understood, but it is clear that it is the most pathogenic mycoplasmas views as often causes lesions urogenital organs with significant clinical manifestations.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

Mycoplasma genitalium Features

Under the electron microscope, it is seen that Mycoplasma genitalium is slightly elongated and tapered to an end shape similar to the tip. Like all mycoplasmas, the microorganism has a genome (hereditary set of genes), which is considerably smaller than the other species of mycoplasmas.

To grow on nutrient media mycoplasma genitalium is difficult, as it grows very slowly - from one to five months. This is explained by a small number of genes are involved in the decomposition of nutrients.

Therefore, the only method of diagnosis is by far the PCR (polymerase chain reaction).

This is a very accurate method that detects a gene of a microorganism.

Mycoplasma genitalium A special feature is the fact that it can produce some sliding motion, which allows it to penetrate into the mucus covering the mucosal cells urinary organs (epithelium). Infiltrating cells epithelium microorganism tightly attached thereto by means of receptor containing neuraminic acid. This causes an inflammatory response in the epithelial cells.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

Mycoplasma genitalium, and the human body

Mycoplasma genitalium has high pathogenicity with respect to the epithelial cells of the urogenital organs and highly contagious, that is almost always transmitted sexual partner.

Currently, research is carried out to identify the role of this organism in the occurrence of inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs (PID). Obviously, the introduction of urogenital Mycoplasma genitalium human organs significantly reduces local immunity Immunity - types and characteristics in children in adults  Immunity - types and characteristics in children in adults
   and increases the risk of getting a partner with HIV.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

What diseases Mycoplasma genitalium can cause men

Most often, this organism is the cause of urethritis negonokokkvogo Urethritis - a very male disease  Urethritis - a very male disease
   (NGU) in men. Symptoms of the disease appear after one - three weeks after getting it to the mucous membranes of the urinary organs. The disease almost immediately takes a chronic recurrent nature. The complication of this process are often chronic prostatitis.

Nevertheless, such asymptomatic urethritis hardly occurs unlike urethritis caused by other species of mycoplasmas. In a study of men with NGU were found Mycoplasma genitalium frequent combination with other bacterial and viral infectious agents. But very often this agent combined with Trichomonas.

Furthermore, it was found that the Mycoplasma genitalium is able to be attached to the sperm and to reduce their functionality (including mobility), and this may eventually lead to the development of male infertility.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

What diseases Mycoplasma genitalium can cause women

In women, the pathogen is detected more often in inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs (PID). Very often it is isolated in acute endometritis and adnexitis - inflammation of the uterus with appendages. Already it established that the Mycoplasma genitalium can cause tubal infertility, but fully part of this pathogen in the development of different types of infertility in women has not been established.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

As revealed

All mycoplasma virtually impossible to detect by microscopy, as it is very volatile microorganisms. Therefore, combined with the surface of the urinary organs smears under the microscope is not investigated. Sowing on nutrient medium is also impossible - Mycoplasma genitalium grows too slowly.

Therefore, the only way to detect Mycoplasma genitalium is a PCR - studied scrapings taken from the urogenital organs of men and women.

 Mycoplasma genitalium - most of the pathogenic mycoplasmas

Getting rid of mycoplasma genitalium

It was found that Mycoplasma genitalium is sensitive to antibiotics Antibiotics - whether they will help you in the foreseeable future?  Antibiotics - whether they will help you in the foreseeable future?
   tetracycline and macrolides.

Mycoplasma genitalium is particularly sensitive to azithromycin (Sumamed). Because the microorganism grows very slowly, azithromycin is not assigned in the usual recommended instructions scheme. In the first day take 500 mg of the drug, and from the 2nd to the 5th day - about 250 mg. This method is usually azithromycin provides complete freedom from mycoplasma Mycoplasma - the smallest microbe  Mycoplasma - the smallest microbe

Mycoplasma genitalium is by far the most pathogenic mycoplasmas views. The study of this organism and its effects on the human body is still ongoing.

Galina Romanenko

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