The immune response to inflammation intimate

The immune response to inflammation intimate

Despite the continuous improvement of methods of microbiological diagnosis and the development of new antimicrobial agents, there is a group infectious and inflammatory disease, the incidence of which in recent decades has been stably high without decreasing.

It is an infection of female genitalia. According to statistics, they rank first among all gynecological diseases with a frequency of occurrence of about 60 percent. A significant portion of these diseases are infections of the vulva and vagina.

The reasons for this situation somewhat. Among them — the variety of pathogens infectious and inflammatory diseases of the female reproductive system, many of which are sexually transmitted, early onset of sexual activity, frequent change of sexual partners, the prevalence of unprotected sex.

The most common disease of the vulva and vagina are bacterial vaginosis, vaginitis, vaginal candidiasis (thrush) and genital herpes.

Bacterial vaginosis occurs when the composition of the microflora of the vagina — to reduce the number of lactobacilli and reproduction of microorganisms such as Gardnerella, Bacteroides, or mycoplasma. This is evident in the first place change in the quality of vaginal discharge — they are abundant (especially after intercourse), and have an unpleasant odor of stale fish. Often these manifestations of bacterial vaginosis are limited, but in some cases, a woman may experience itching, burning, and swelling of the vagina, as well as pain in the abdomen, resembling the strong urge to defecate.

Vaginitis, or inflammation of the vagina, most often develops on the basis of bacterial vaginosis. Often the inflammation extends to the external sexual organs — the vulva, such a state is called vulvovaginal. In this disease, a woman worried about the pain, burning and itching of the vagina and vulva, exacerbated after intercourse, as well as yellowish malodorous vaginal discharge.

In addition to abnormal flora in the vagina breeding in bacterial vaginosis, vaginitis can cause fungus Candida and herpes simplex virus.

Vaginal candidiasis (thrush) — The defeat of vaginal fungus genus Candida. It appears abundant selection of white or grayish, often having curd consistency. They may be accompanied by itching, burning and soreness of the vagina and vulva. Predisposes to breed fungus antibiotics and glucocorticoids, in addition, thrush often occurs during pregnancy.

Genital herpes refers to infections and sexually transmitted. Once inside the woman's body through the mucous membrane of the vagina, herpes simplex virus enters the nerve cells responsible for the sense of touch, and is embedded in their genome for life. Some time after infection in the locations of the sensory nerve endings of the vulva and vagina appear sharply painful small blisters resembling cold sores on the lips. The vials were then opened and their place appeared erosions gradually heal in a few days. Painful rash may be accompanied by fever, headache, muscle pain and other common manifestations of viral infection. Sometimes the damage to the skin and mucous membranes are compounded hit pathogenic bacteria, requiring antibiotics and slows recovery. Under the influence of various factors, and often for no apparent reason "sleep" in the nerve cells of the virus periodically "wake up", causing repeated rashes.

Speaking of inflammatory diseases of the vagina and vulva, can not fail to mention the inflammation is closely related anatomically the urethra (the urethra) — urethritis. The disease manifests itself difficult painful urination, and persistent discomfort in the urethra.

Thus, despite the differences in the causes of inflammatory diseases of the vagina, they all bring a woman to significant discomfort: nobody like discomfort in the intimate organs, especially accompanied by vaginal discharge and odor. These diseases have a negative impact on sexual, and often in the social life of women, and can lead to depression and other mental disorders. In addition, inflammation can spread to the uterus and appendages, and other pelvic organs and lead to infertility.

Therefore, for any inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs should not be put off a visit to the gynecologist, who will appoint the appropriate antibacterial, antifungal or antiviral drugs and other necessary treatments.

The immune response to the "intimate" inflammationIn recent years, the treatment of infections of the reproductive system is almost complete without prescription of drugs that increase the body's own defenses, that is, stimulating the immune system. One of the best-researched, well-established in clinical practice and safety in the use of immunomodulators is the original domestic product "Cyclopheron."

Its active ingredient is methylglucamine akridonatsetat is a soluble synthetic analogue of the alkaloid plants Citrus grandis. It normalizes the specific and non-specific immunity, thereby increasing the body's resistance to bacterial, viral and fungal infections and providing anti-inflammatory action.

It should be noted the advantage of "Tsikloferona"In the fact that in addition to the antiviral component in its composition contains antimicrobial preservative (benzalkonium hydrochloride). Thanks to this combination drug has a generic bi-directional action, confirmed by leading medical specialists in Russia and abroad.

That is why the topical application of this drug (liniment "Cyclopheron) to successfully treat infectious inflammatory diseases of the female genital system with a mixed infection.

For topical application in inflammatory diseases of the female genitalia "Cyclopheron" comes in the form of liniment (liniment) in tubes of 30 ml. Attached is a disposable applicators that allow self-administer the drug directly into the vagina and the urethra.

The decision to appoint a liniment "Cyclopheron" should take a doctor, but the lack of toxicity and allergenicity allow the use of a designated drug alone.

The article was prepared on the Company NTFF "POLYSAN."

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