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Month: September 2021

Urogenital syndrome: gynecological symptoms often appear first

Urogenital syndrome: gynecological symptoms often appear first

What are the difficulties for a gynecologist associated with the treatment of urogenital syndrome? The first thing worth noting is that this symptom complex or syndrome has a very complex pathogenesis. Today, many molecular genetic aspects are being studied, but for practical medicine, the results of these studies do not change much and the range of drugs with which we treat is very limited. Unfortunately, all therapy is symptomatic, there is no pathogenetic therapy for OAB yet, and our main…

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Genital herpes. Symptoms and Treatment

Genital herpes. Symptoms and Treatment

Bubbles in the intimate area Bubbles in the intimate area can be a sign of genital herpes. Today, this pathology is one of the most common pathologies of a viral nature. Herpes in the groin is accompanied by vesicular rashes on the mucous membranes and skin. The cause of genital herpes can be two types of microorganisms – herpes simplex virus types 1 and 2 (HSV-1 and HSV-2). More than 90% of the world’s inhabitants are carriers of HSV. This…

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Herpes and infertility in men: what is the connection and what to do?

Herpes and infertility in men: what is the connection and what to do?

The connection between herpes viruses and male infertility is one of the most pressing and important problems in medicine today, given that about 40-60% of the adult population are infected with the herpes simplex virus (HSV). We are talking about the genital form, in which the disease manifests itself on the mucous membrane of the external and internal genital organs. In view of the urgency of the problem, we propose to study in more detail what is the connection between…

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What does herpes look like in the mouth?

What does herpes look like in the mouth?

Many people wonder whether there is herpes on the oral mucosa in general, since such a manifestation of the virus is less common than the notorious “cold sore on the lips” in the form of a rash in the mouth and blisters on the skin. However, numerous photos of herpes in the mouth of different types indicate that this stomatitis is common among adults and children with weakened immunity. If you are wondering what herpes looks like on the tongue,…

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HOW LONG IS GENITAL HERPES TREATED?

HOW LONG IS GENITAL HERPES TREATED?

Any disease is easier to prevent than to deal with after complex treatment. You cannot start genital herpes, but it is simply impossible to completely eradicate the virus from the body. If it is in your body, then it is for life. It may not affect life in any way and not manifest itself, but under the confluence of some circumstances, the disease can periodically remind of itself. If there are risks of genital herpes, then a condom should be…

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Skin tuberculosis: symptoms and consequences

Skin tuberculosis: symptoms and consequences

Skin tuberculosis is a severe disease, the development of which is based on the infection of the layers of the skin with mycobacteria. Such a pathological process is prone to a long, periodically recurrent course and is rather difficult to treat. In general, this pathology is not common. With the right treatment, she has a favorable prognosis. However, in the event that therapy is started late or the patient violates the doctor’s recommendations, there is a high probability of severe…

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Shingles

Shingles

Definition Shingles is a viral lesion of the skin and mucous membranes caused by the varicella-zoster virus (VZ virus), which is clinically manifested by rashes of grouped vesicles on the hyperemic base along the nerves in the skin area innervated by them – the dermatome. Synonyms herpes zoster, herpes zoster. EpidemiologyAge: adults are more likely to get sick, especially over 50 , children are extremely rare. Gender: Doesn’t matter. Anamnesis The disease begins with the appearance of one-sided pain, itching,…

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Perianal warts

Perianal warts

Anoscopy Are you worried about education in intimate places? Our experts will relieve you of this ailment! Consultation of specialists, examination, removal, and appointment of a treatment regimen in one day. Perianal warts are single or multiple pale pink growths in the form of cauliflower (translated from Greek as “bump”). Condylomas are located in the perianal region or in the external genitalia. Perianal genital warts are caused by the human papillomavirus . Sometimes they grow so large that they can…

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Intestinal infections

Intestinal infections

Intestinal infections are acute infectious diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) with manifestations of general intoxication and the enteral mechanism of infection (through the ingestion of the causative agent of the infection into the gastrointestinal tract). The disease is extremely common in both adults and children. Intestinal infections pose a significant health hazard to children, especially young children. The peculiarities of their physiology, biochemical reactions, the immaturity of the immune system determine the rapid, and sometimes lightning-fast course of the…

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