Is it possible to get pregnant in the presence of chlamydia?
Chlamydia and pregnancy
An infectious disease is transmitted sexually. Its causative agent is chlamydia, which affects reproductive and urinary system of the female body. In this disease to conceive a child is possible, but dangerous. To identify the simplest gynecologist takes a smear from the cervical canal. Symptoms for the disease vary depending on the level of proliferation of microorganisms.
If chlamydia are found in the cervix, then these signs:
- dragging pain in the abdomen.
If the infection is in the uterus, then it can become inflamed appendages.
Experts recommend simultaneously screening in all family members, including children. This technique will help to identify the stage of development of the disease and to monitor treatment. When ureaplasmosis and mycoplasmosis manifested similar symptoms. If these diseases affected the woman in position, then it can be pregnancy complications, including miscarriage, infection of the child.
When examining women who have previously suffered from the above diseases, take blood smears and data infection. These women are particularly interested in the question of whether it is possible to get pregnant after chlamydia, Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma. Experts believe that this is possible. Hormonal birth control pills reduce the risk of Contracting chlamydia. This is due to the increase of the protective function of the cervical mucus and decreasing its permeability to microorganisms.
If the expectant mother is suffering from chlamydia, then she was prescribed antibiotics, without a negative impact on the fetus. Some drugs disrupt the metabolism of the pregnant woman that affects the fetus. If you take antibiotics for a short period, then their impact will be minimal. The expectant mother throughout pregnancy should receive regular diagnostic examinations and therapy.
Improper and untimely treatment of chlamydia can lead to the transition of the disease in a progressive form. In this case, the infection becomes resistant to the prescribed treatment and hides in the body for a long time. This form of the diseasedangerous and in 50% of cases leads to miscarriage. A woman with this diagnosis is placed in the center. She should be under constant medical supervision.
The acute form of chlamydia is treated only after 10-12 weeks of pregnancy. Chronic infection involves the administration of antibiotics 30 weeks of pregnancy. Treatment of the disease is the medication of macrolide type, which have a negative impact on the baby. Therefore, if chlamydia is not recommended to plan a pregnancy.
Chlamydia contribute to the development of acute placental insufficiency. Oxygen and nutrition flow to the baby is insufficient, adversely affecting their mental and physiological development. Gynecologists recommend before planning pregnancy to pass all the necessary tests to prevent the development of chlamydia and other illnesses.