What can be discharge in women for chlamydia?
General information about the disease
Chlamydia in men and women is presented in the form of the pathological process, the causative agent of which are considered to be chlamydia. They damage internal and external organs of the reproductive system, disrupting the mucosal lining of the respiratory tract, affecting the heart and blood vessels. The disease develops taking into account the way in which chlamydia was ingested:
- sex - the defeat of the vaginal mucosa, fallopian tubes and urethra;
- vertical infection of the baby after a vaginal birth;
- contact-household through the common goods;
Chlamydia can wear symptomatic and asymptomatic in nature. The incubation period of the disease lasts 14-30 days. Chlamydia enters the body, pass the following steps:
- active reproduction;
- inflammation of the mucous membrane;
- the withering away of the cell;
- the entry of new microbes in space;
- attack new cells.
Allocation for chlamydia are formed of germs, particles of dead cells and interstitial fluid.
Chronic form and consequences
In chronic development of the disease the treatment is carried out in several stages:
- preparatory - appointed inductotherapy, immune funds and systemic enzyme therapy;
- basic multivitamin and antifungals;
- rehabilitation - physical therapy and medications.
Before prescribe treatment, for women is colposcopy and cervical Cytology. If you get a negative result, local therapy complement enzymes. Chlamydia in pregnant women treated with the stages and comprehensively, the doctor takes into account physiological contraindications. If, after the treatment of chlamydia is left selection, then appointed a new survey. To consider the consequences of the disease include infertility, difficult conception, the development of a malignant tumor. Taking into account the localization of the inflammatory process experts identify the following complications:
- Ectopic pregnancy.
The development of endometritis leads to a difficult pregnancy and miscarriage. To treat chlamydia should be under the supervision of a physician. It is impossible to self-medicate.