How to treat ureaplasma in women?

Symptoms of ureaplasmosis
With the development of upueplasmosis, the woman is worried about slight itching and burning of the mucous membranes of the vagina. Urge to urinate frequent. In the absence of a complete treatment, the disease becomes chronic and causes cystitis, endometritis, pyelonephritis, inflammation of the appendages. In the fallopian tubes are formed adhesions. The risk of recurrent miscarriage and preterm birth increases.
Over time, a chronic infection causes stricture of the urethra, the urethra narrows, the outflow of urine becomes difficult. Infection with ureaplasma occurs predominantly through sex. During childbirth from an infected mother, microorganisms are transmitted to the infant and are found in large quantities on the mucous membranes of the nose and throat.
How to treat ureaplasmosis in women
After the diagnosis, the woman is prescribed a two-week course of antibiotic therapy. Antibiotics are selected individually.You should not hope that you can get rid of ureaplasma with the help of immunomodulators, baths or installations into the urethra. Such methods of treatment are doubtful and do not allow to effectively cope with the disease.
Most often, ureaplasmosis is asymptomatic. And a woman learns about the disease during a gynecological examination regarding pregnancy or with a comprehensive diagnosis of the cause of infertility.
Ureaplasma is sensitive to josamycin, doxycycline, azithromycin, clarithromycin, roxithromycin. Therefore, the patient may be prescribed antibacterial drugs under the following trade names: “Vilprafen”, “Unidox Salyutab”, “Sumamed”, “Klacid”, “Rulid”.
For the treatment of ureaplasmosis not used ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, erythromycin. Ureaplasma urealyticum has long been resistant to such substances.
After a course of antibiotics, the patient is recommended treatment with eubiotics to restore microflora, vitamin therapy, immunomodulators and antifungal drugs, such as Fluconazole.
When treatment of ureaplasmosis is considered complete
Two weeks later, the patient is re-examined, taking the biomaterial from the vagina, urethra and cervical canal for culture.One month later, a PCR study was recommended. Correct results can only be obtained under certain conditions. The most reliable information can be obtained 1-2 days before the start of the next menstruation or 1-2 days after it ends. Three hours before the material is collected, the woman should refrain from urinating.
Exacerbation of the disease can provoke stress, a common cold, hypothermia.
Dermatologist-venereologist should visit all sexual partners. After successful treatment, it is possible to re-infection with unprotected intercourse if the partner refused treatment or interrupted therapy until its termination. This must be taken into account by the patient and the doctor who conducts the examination and prescribe antibacterial treatment.
Planning a pregnancy, a woman needs to be tested for ureaplasmosis. During pregnancy, taking antibiotics is contraindicated. In this case, ureaplasmosis increases the risk of miscarriage or premature birth several times.

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