No panic: 5 ways to calm down and relieve stress during coronavirus

No panic: 5 ways to calm down and relieve stress during coronavirus

First, countries of almost the whole world closed their entry and exit borders, then all of their population government orders were locked in apartments. A trip to the grocery store closest to the house looked like going out into outer space: without special uniforms and safety precautions – no, no. For a week and a half of quarantine, we learned how to celebrate birthdays using the “zoom”, work exclusively online, live with overgrown gel polish and no make-up, conduct intimate…

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Antibiotics for prostatitis in men

Antibiotics for prostatitis in men

Antibacterial therapy is one of the main directions in the treatment of chronic prostatitis. If you choose the right drug and the right dosage, antibiotics are very effective in combating a bacterial infection, removing the inflammatory process. However, like any medication, antibiotics for prostatitis can harm the body, and their uncontrolled intake can lead to a number of complications. To accept them or not is not a personal matter for everyone, but a specific and strict prescription of a doctor…

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Do I need to take probiotics to prevent microflora disorders?

Do I need to take probiotics to prevent microflora disorders?

This question is often asked. Therefore, today I will share with you my position on this issue. In the intestinal microflora, there are millions of different types of bacteria. And useful of them are not only bifido and lactobacilli. Taking the drug and increasing the number of some decreases the number of others. In other words, taking probiotics unnecessarily, we ourselves create a disturbance in the balance of microflora (or dysbiosis). My friends, if you are not worried about bloating,…

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Dysbacteriosis after antibiotics

Dysbacteriosis after antibiotics

In severe bacterial infections, antibiotics simply cannot be dispensed with. But they themselves can strike a blow at the body. Therefore, it is necessary to restore the body after antibiotic therapy. Dysbacteriosis after antibiotics is a fairly common phenomenon, which can occur in both mild and severe forms. This regularity is explained by the fact that antibacterial drugs destroy not only harmful microorganisms, but also beneficial bacteria. The basis for the development of this disorder is a change in the…

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Treatment of pancreatitis with antibiotics

Treatment of pancreatitis with antibiotics

The appointment of antibiotics for pancreatitis is associated with a combination of inflammation caused by the release of excessive enzymes that melt the tissue, with an attached infection from the intestines, gall bladder. At the same time, the risk of infection increases significantly and pancreatitis is complicated by a septic state, peritonitis, retroperitoneal abscess or phlegmon. A severe course of pancreatic inflammation is observed in every fifth case. To determine which drug should be taken in a particular case can…

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Antibiotic treatment for cholecystitis

Antibiotic treatment for cholecystitis

According to its localization, anatomical and functional connections, the gallbladder is affected by inflammation from the intestines, liver, and stomach through contact. Possible infection from distant foci with blood in chronic tonsillitis, carious teeth, sinusitis. The cause of cholecystitis is most often bacteria, less commonly fungi, viruses. The activation of the conditionally pathogenic flora deserves special attention. Antibiotics for cholecystitis are included in the mandatory treatment regimen. Preparations of this group are prescribed by a doctor depending on the type…

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Antibiotics for diarrhea

Antibiotics for diarrhea

If a person visits the toilet to empty the intestines more than three times, then we can talk about diarrhea. It can occur in various pathological processes that occur not only in the gastrointestinal tract. With a serious illness, a person cannot go far from the toilet, because the urge arises quickly and 20-30 times a day. But antibiotics for diarrhea are prescribed in exceptional cases, and only when the infection is acute. Antibiotics are prescribed only if diarrhea is…

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Bloating: how to get rid of it

Bloating: how to get rid of it

What is flatulence About half a liter of gas circulates in the intestines of a healthy person per day. These are hydrogen and methane, which are formed as a result of the breakdown of food, carbon monoxide is the result of the interaction of the secretion of the pancreas and gastric juice, and the air that is swallowed with food. During normal operation of the gastrointestinal tract, gases are removed from the body, but sometimes they accumulate in the intestines,…

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What harms the intestinal microflora?

What harms the intestinal microflora?

More than 100 trillion bacteria live in the human gastrointestinal tract. Together they form a microbiota (aka microflora) of the gastrointestinal tract. Her condition seriously affects our health: beneficial bacteria contribute to the production of vitamin K, folic acid and fatty acids and, of course, play an important role in digestion. An excess of pathogenic bacteria, in turn, can lead to inflammation (gastritis, colitis and other gastrointestinal diseases), obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes, and even colon cancer. We tell you how…

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Why antibiotics don’t help with colds?

Why antibiotics don’t help with colds?

Prescribing antibiotics always raises many questions. How do they work and what diseases are needed? Why do not help with a cold? If you have a fever, is it time to run to the pharmacy for potent drugs? How antibiotics work Antibiotics are drugs that can inhibit the growth or cause death of certain pathogens. They are used for infectious diseases of a bacterial nature (when bacteria are the cause of the disease). All antibiotics have one task: to prevent…

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