Table of contents:
- What is chlamydia disease?
- How are women treated?
- Children's symptoms
- The main symptoms of chlamydia
- How to cure chlamydia?
- Effective drugs
Video: Chlamydia - How To Treat Chlamydia, Symptoms And Treatment
Last updated 23 January 2018 at 14:12
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Almost all adults, sane people are well aware of dangerous infections that are sexually transmitted. Mass media speak about it, public organizations publish various information brochures.
But, the situation with sexually transmitted diseases (Venus has nothing to do with it) is not improving. As before, people are standing in lines near the venereologist's office. And, judging by the serious expression on their faces, with problems.
Today we will not list the entire galaxy of venereal diseases, but will focus on one of the most common - chlamydia. As you already understood, it is sexually transmitted. The ailment does not have a gender link. Chlamydia treatment is not a matter of one day.
- 1 What is chlamydia disease?
- 2 How are women treated?
- 3 Pediatric symptoms
- 4 The main symptoms of chlamydia
- 5 How can chlamydia be cured?
6 Effective drugs
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What is chlamydia disease?
The causative agent of the disease and all the accompanying troubles associated with it is an intracellular parasite of a spherical shape. Like viruses, this inhabitant dies quickly enough in the external environment, especially when exposed to ultraviolet radiation. When the parasite enters the mucous membrane, it begins to multiply and disrupt cellular life.
Chlamydiae enter the human body, most often, through the main mucous membrane, the oral cavity, through the seminal ducts and urine excretory system.
But, if a person gets into a stressful situation or problems begin with internal organs, then the immune system weakens a little and chlamydia begins to actively develop in a suitable environment. Healthy cell mass dies gradually, and the load of chlamydia increases dramatically.
Newborn parasites prowl for new groups of cells and destroy them. In the process of such vital activity, if measures are not taken, then chlamydia spreads into the lymph and blood and begins to wander throughout the body.
This microflora is very dangerous for the genitourinary system of a strong half of humanity. There are several varieties of these parasites, but the most insidious and harmful to the health of various organs and systems of the human body are Chlamydia pneumonie and Chlamydia trachomatis.
They are capable of affecting even the organs of hearing and disrupting the functioning of the organs of vision, often attacking the optic nerve. The organs falling into the risk zone include the upper and lower respiratory tract, the lymphatic system near the genitals, and joints.
An interesting fact is that chlamydia is not a virus or infection in its purest form. They combine the properties of both those and other forms of cellular life. But, they do not refer to bacteria or viruses. This feature of the structure of chlamydia as pathogenic microorganisms complicates the diagnosis and treatment of a person.
In hibernation, chlamydia can hide for a very long time and do not show any pathogenic properties. Even if chlamydia is cured, it poses a certain danger, because some parasitic groups still remain. How to treat a person, what drugs to use, we will try to figure it out in this article.
How are women treated?
If a gallant lady becomes infected, in some incomprehensible way for her, chlamydia, then the treatment of the fair sex is somewhat different from the method of treating men. The fact is that in ladies, these parasites are able to disguise themselves well and not give out their presence for a long time.
Women with chlamydia turn to venereologists with complaints only after a few months, or even later, after infection. And the treatment of the hated chlamydia should be started immediately. Accordingly, the disease has been progressing for a long time and has an advanced form, which can be cured by appropriate drugs.
Often, the chlamydial mass is concentrated in the mucous membrane of the cervix, causes foci of the inflammatory process on it, and only then the sick woman penetrates into the uterus itself.
It is not difficult to imagine what such processes can lead to if you do not start taking the necessary drugs. Infertility from chlamydia is not uncommon in venereology. And this applies not only to women. Men, too, can permanently lose the ability to reproduce their kind. Even if chlamydia is cured.
You can get chlamydia during childbirth, in a household way, but these are rare cases of transmission of chlamydia through underwear and garments.
At the very beginning of the development of the disease, the lower part of the urethra is affected. Then parasites, if there is fertile soil for this, move inside the body.
For men, the progression process goes to the prostate gland and bladder. If you do not seek help from specialists, the kidneys are affected.
In connection with the immune system of babies that has not been formed to the norm, chlamydia in children can already appear in the first days of birth.
When the infection occurred while still in the womb, the child suffers from pathologies of the heart muscle, breathing problems are diagnosed, there are disturbances in the functioning of the central nervous system, and the child's eyes are affected. If you do not start therapeutic activities, then the child can become disabled for life.
The main symptoms of chlamydia
The following are the main symptoms that indicate the presence of chlamydia in the human body:
- A burning sensation when urinating and in the genitals.
- Painful symptomatology during urination, frequent need to go "on a little".
- Unusually increased moisture near the genitals.
- In women, purulent discharge appears.
- Lumbar pain, irregular menstrual cycle.
- Erosive processes in the cervix.
- Conjunctivitis (chlamydial).
How to cure chlamydia?
There is no universal remedy for chlamydia yet. The attending doctor must thoroughly examine the sick person and determine the stage of the disease, which organs and systems are affected.
The disease is curable, but requires certain therapy and the implementation of all procedures by the patient. The course of treatment and what drugs will be used for therapy are prescribed by the attending physician.
No self-prescribing drugs for oneself is unacceptable. The disease must be treated immediately, immediately after diagnosis, start drinking the medicine.
If this is not done, then the consequences will not be long in coming. Dysfunction of the ovaries, infertility is the result of improper and untimely treatment or neglect of the patient's health.
The situation is further complicated by the fact that even supermodern drugs of the new generation are very difficult to kill chlamydia. Parasites evolve very well and adapt to the effects of drugs on them.
Pharmacology is constantly fighting against parasites. While the latter are winning. Therefore, in the treatment of chlamydia, the treatment itself is inapplicable and dangerous, both for the infected person and for the surrounding loved ones.
According to laboratory data, the type of chlamydia that infected the body is determined, then the doctor determines how to treat chlamydia.
The main course of treatment is antibiotics. The therapy is further complicated by the fact that people very often take this group of drugs, and the body develops tolerance to them and they become useless. Doctors in a clinical setting monitor this and adjust the prescription.
The main antibiotics that are prescribed for the treatment of this disease: "Azithromycin", "Penicillin", "Tetracycline". Also, additional medications are prescribed that reduce the harmful effects of antibiotics on the body. "Tetracycline" has a very bad effect on the liver, so a special diet in combination with hepatoprotectors is often prescribed. Immunity is weak. And then there's a double blow to the liver.
For all this, it is recommended to normalize your life, put in order the daily routine. Less stressful situations, adequate rest, normal, healthy sleep.
Alcohol intake is completely excluded. Alcohol cannot be combined with antibiotics. This is an important rule for an effective course of treatment. Also, and this is natural, sexual intercourse is limited.
To cleanse the blood of chlamydia and other types of bacteria, many specialists practice blood cleaning with a laser. This procedure is also good in that it improves the therapeutic effect of antibiotics, helps to restore the patient's immunity. Both sexual partners must undergo such treatment. Otherwise, there will be a relapse of infection and the next therapy may not be so successful.
As you already understood from all of the above, it will not work to treat chlamydia with the help of traditional medicine, all kinds of miraculous balls. No, well, you can, of course, try to visit a shaman or a fortune teller. It may turn out to expel parasites from the blood.
The placebo principle has not yet been canceled. But, any sane person immediately discarded these methods of treatment for this disease.
You can also treat the disease with such medicines:
- As an antibiotic "Dioxycillin". If there are no contraindications for use.
- "Rondomycin" at the discretion of the attending physician for severe forms.
- Siflox can be prescribed for various forms of chlamydia.