Briefly about the disease
Ureaplasmosis is one of the infections that is transmitted sexually. Her pathogen enters the female or male body either through sexual contact, or at the birth of the child through the birth canal of an infected mother.
For a long time, the infected person signs of an illness may not be. They appear only after the concentration of the ureaplasma exceeds the threshold value.
It is worth noting that today this pathology is often the cause of infertility.
Practice shows that half of the couples who decided to be examined for infertility find ureaplasmosis. Its chronic form develops as a result of mixed infections. Ureaplasma is the cause of infertility because of the high threshold of enzymatic activity, which leads to inflammatory processes in the body of the couple.
Nowadays, for the exact diagnosis of this disease, the method of polymerase chain reaction or PCR diagnostics is used.
Since this infection is transmitted sexually, in most cases it is found in both partners.
In men, early clinical signs of the disease include balanoposthitis and urethritis. They lead first to prostatitis, and then to infertility.
Spermatozoa, undergoing a negative effect of ureaplasma, reduce their activity. The man gradually reduces the concentration and amount of ejaculate. Ureaplasma, attaching to the heads of spermatozoa, breaks the integrity of their membranes. This causes a decrease in the mobility of male germ cells, their ability to fertilize the oocytes.
The specificity of the ailment in men at the initial stage is the absence of clinical symptoms. If you identify the disease on time, infertility can be avoided.
Ureaplasma in women
It is worth noting that very often with this diagnosis, women have ectopic pregnancies, miscarriages, premature births. But to treat ailment during the carrying out of the child is impossible, therefore, it is worth to undergo the examination before planning pregnancy.
Diagnosis of ureaplasmosis consists in a polymer chain reaction, research on the causative agents of herpes, chlamydia, mycoplasma, trichomonads.
Therapy of the disease
After the discovery of the disease, it should be the maximum responsibility to approach its treatment. And usually the course of such therapy includes a comprehensive antibacterial program with local procedures for administering drugs to the genitals.
Such events are held against the background of strengthening the defenses of the body. Both the man and the woman are given an individual course of immunomodulators.
In addition, partners need to go through a set of physiotherapy procedures after the completion of antibiotic therapy.
The treatment plan for ureaplasmosis is made up individually for each partner. In this case, the doctor takes into account the patient's anamnesis, age, and the presence of concomitant diseases.
Sometimes ureaplasmosis can be treated with folk remedies. But this treatment will be successful only at the initial stage of the disease. For example, herbalists often recommend using a decoction of the Adam's root for this purpose. It is necessary to take 10-15 grams of crushed dry raw material, pour it with 250 grams of water and boil for 3-4 minutes. Then the curative liquid is wrapped and infused for three hours. After that, he kisses and is taken in three doses throughout the day. The course of such treatment should be at least 14 days.
You can use grass and sporish. You need to take 20 grams of dry raw material and pour it with 300 grams of boiling water. After thirty minutes of insisting, the remedy sets. Use it should be before each meal for 20 minutes to 100 grams for a month.
The main way to avoid ureaplasma is to observe the hygiene of sexual activity. You can not delay a visit to the doctor with the appearance of difficulty urinating, otherwise pathological microorganisms will lead to huge problems.