Ask a gynecologist
Dmitry Lubnin, gynecologist, Ph.D.
I'm afraid to infect
During pregnancy, they revealed genital herpes. I was treated, drank vitamins, but no result. I’m afraid during exacerbations to infect my daughter and husband, and I want to give birth to more children ...
Apparently, you have recurrent genital herpes - a disease that is quite difficult to treat. As a rule, long-term therapy with antiherpetic drugs is prescribed (up to 6 months), in small doses daily medications such as Valtrex or Famvir are taken. The dose and duration of treatment will be determined by the doctor. Immunomodulatory drugs are not effective. Depression and chronic stress can only aggravate this disease. There is evidence of a good efficiency of ozone therapy - for a course of 10 intravenous drip infusions. In order not to infect the daughter and husband, you just need to use different towels. Without exacerbation, you can live sexually, while the risk of infection is minimal. Keep in mind that the majority of the population is infected with this virus, but the immune system does not allow it to manifest. This means that your sexual partner may be the carrier of this virus, but its immunity copes with it.
Did you know that women who give birth are more likely to develop uterine fibroids and other complications?
NEEDLES AND Leeches
I have problems with the cycle - there are breaks for several months, and I'm only 26 years old! My friend had a similar situation, but she says that she was helped by courses of hirudotherapy (leeches) and acupuncture. Does this really help?
In fact, the exact causes of such cycle disruptions are not known. Therefore, treatment can help the most diverse. Often the effect comes from all sorts of paramedical effects, including homeopathy, reflexology, herbal remedies
TWO DISEASES AT ONCE
I was diagnosed with mild dysplasia and endometriosis. Treatment of these two diseases does not contradict each other? Can I get pregnant with dysplasia?
These diseases are not connected in any way. Cervical dysplasia is a change in epithelial cells under the influence of the human papillomavirus. Endometriosis is a condition in which cells of the mucous membrane of the cervix penetrate into the abdominal cavity, uterine muscle, or other places. This will not affect pregnancy and childbirth. And dysplasia requires observation - at least once a year, you need to undergo colpososcopy, take a cytological smear and PCR analysis for human papilloma virus of high oncogenic risk.
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