Venereal diseases - treatment in Russia
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) include classic venous diseases (syphilis, gonorrhea, inguinal lymphogranulomatosis, chancre, venereal granuloma) and other genital infections (viral infections: HIV, papillomavirus and cytomegalovirus infections, genital herpes: candidiasis; urogenital infections; , chlamydia, gardnerellosis, mycoplasmosis, trichomoniasis; parasitic infections: molluscum contagiosum, pubic lice, etc.).
Often, other medical disciplines closely related to venereology are involved in the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases: dermatology, gynecology and urology.
The mucous membranes of the genitals, urethra, anus are an ideal environment for the habitation and reproduction of bacteria, viruses, fungi with high adaptability. With the blood and lymph flow, the causative agents of sexually transmitted diseases are carried to other organs and tissues. Untimely started treatment, self-medication lead to advanced forms of STDs, often – to generalized damage to the body.
Complications of sexually transmitted diseases in both men and women often lead to dangerous and tragic consequences: the development of chronic inflammatory processes in the genitourinary sphere, infertility, sexual dysfunction, and oncological diseases. In addition, STDs increase the likelihood of HIV transmission between sexual partners.
Often, genital infections are erased, without pronounced symptoms, exacerbating only with a decrease in immunity. Therefore, after any accidental unprotected sexual contact (vaginal, oral, anal), it is necessary to be examined by a venereologist for the diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections.
Alertness and an immediate visit to a venereologist should cause the following symptoms to appear: the presence of pathological discharge from the genitourinary tract, sensations of itching, cramps, burning and pain in the urethra, rashes on the trunk and in the genital area, swollen lymph nodes. In addition, the identification of STIs in one of the sexual partners should serve as a reason for examining the other.
Today, most sexually transmitted diseases are curable.
Modern tactics of diagnosis and treatment of STDs is based on the use of specific and highly effective methods of laboratory diagnostics (DNA and PIF-diagnostics, bacteriological and microscopic examinations), diagnostic procedures (ureteroscopy, cystoscopy, colposcopy, ultrasound) and complex treatment (local, antibacterial, immuno-enzyme , physiotherapy).
Timely treatment of STIs will help prevent the development of complications, significantly reduce the cure period, and help to avoid relapses of the disease.
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