Ureaplasma - microscopic pathogenica bacterium that affects the organs of the genitourinary system. To date, many diseases caused by this infection are known. Therefore, information on how the treatment of ureaplasma in women looks is very relevant. After all, a person can be a carrier of pathogenic microorganisms for a long time without even knowing about it.
What is ureaplasmosis?
In fact, many women are foundureaplasma. Often this infection is associated with other diseases, including gynecological problems, as well as diseases of the excretory system. Some researchers tend to regard this bacterium as a co-agent. For example, quite often the ureaplasmosis proceeds against a background of venereal diseases.
Causes of ureaplasmosis
Before to find out, as treatment passes or takes placeureaplasma in women, it is necessary to determine the main causes of the development of such a disease. In most cases, infection occurs during unprotected intercourse. Possible transmission of infection from mother to child during childbirth. As already mentioned, the incubation period can last from several days to several months. During this period a person is a hidden carrier and a distributor of pathogenic microorganisms. Nevertheless, exacerbation occurs only against the background of a weakening of the immune system. Often ureaplasmosis occurs against inflammation and colds. The development of the disease can also lead to malnutrition, frequent stress, nervous overexertion and other factors that weaken the body's defenses.
Symptoms of ureaplasmosis
Statistics show that95% of women have this disease without any external symptoms. Nevertheless, ureaplasma can spread quite rapidly in all organs of the genitourinary system, causing diseases of the ovaries, uterus, bladder and even kidneys. The main symptoms of the disease include:
- pain in the lower abdomen;
- frequent urge to urinate;
- pain when urinating;
- discharge from the vagina.
Diagnosis and treatment of ureaplasma in women
Diagnosis of such a disease does not always passit is easy, especially if the ureaplasmosis proceeds against a background of another disease. Women are required to perform a smear followed by a laboratory test. Bacteriological sowing is also carried out, which makes it possible not only to determine the nature of the pathogen, but also to determine its sensitivity to various groups of drugs. As for therapy, the treatment of ureaplasma in women must necessarily be complex:
- in the presence of inflammation or other symptoms the doctor prescribes a course of antibiotics;
- It is necessary to correct the work of the immune systemsystem, since the stronger the defenses of the body, the less likely the recurrence of the disease. For this purpose, complexes of vitamins and minerals are used, as well as some immunomodulating preparations;
- women are encouraged to adhere to a diet with a predominance of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as sour-milk products;
- treatment should be both sex partners.