In the network of Professor Yutskovskaya’s Clinics, it is possible to get confidential and quick treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
The most common STIs are:
- Viral infections (papillomavirus)
- Ureaplasmosis and mycoplasmosis
Ureaplasma and mycoplasma cannot always be attributed to sexually transmitted infections and they do not require obligatory treatment. However, when planning a pregnancy it is advised to undergo the course of treatment to avoid the risks of complications during pregnancy.
Chlamydial infection is usually asymptomatic and does not bother the woman, but in neglected form can lead to serious consequences – obstruction of the tubes and infertility.
Trichomoniasis is easily treated by medications.
Viral infections are the most common and require thorough treatment. Primary detection of viral infections during pregnancy often leads to abortion.
The human papillomavirus frequently occurs without clinical without clinical manifestations and is revealed during the diagnosis. In case the papillomavirus is not treated, it can lead to dysplastic processes of the cervix that can cause cancer.
The treatment of the papilloma virus is, in the first place, in prescribing drugs, which influence the immune system.
To reduce the risk of infection with the human papillomavirus and development of cancer process in cervix, we recommend vaccination.