Ureaplasmosis refers to infections that occur hidden and does not appear for a long time.Get rid of this infection is quite difficult, especially when it has spread to the urinary tract and testes.Therefore, treatment should be prescribed only ureaplasmosis specialist and it must be controlled by laboratory tests.
When, after a thorough screening for ureaplasma infection, the woman no signs of inflammation, treatment is not carried out, this is due to the fact that this bacterium is a natural inhabitant of the mucous membranes of the female urinary organs.
Treatment should be necessarily integrated with the use of antibiotics: macrolides ("Sumamed", "Vilprafen"), fluoroquinolones ("Ofloxacin" "Ciprofloxacin") and tetracycline ("Doxycycline"), drugsdrugs to restore immunity.Also, if necessary, should be carried out: local treatment and physiotherapy.
Comprehensive treatment must necessarily include compliance with certain diet, which excludes from the diet: acute, smoked, salted foods, fatty meats, fried foods, sweets, and alcohol.It is necessary to increase the amount of dairy products consumed, because they help to restore the intestinal microflora and, as a consequence, increase immunity.
to restore and maintain immunity prescribed probiotics ("Probifor", "atsilakt", "Linex") and prebiotics ("Lactusan") relating to the drugs, which include certain bacterial colonies (representativesintestinal microflora), and substances that contribute to their livelihoods.Also used drugs have a stimulating effect on the immune system and ("Vilozen", "Immunal").
ureaplasmosis Local treatment for acute inflammatory process is not assigned.If the disease is a chronic form - recommended baths with various anti-inflammatory substances, as well as suppositories, have anti-inflammatory action ("Genferon" "Hexicon").