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The Development Of Intestinal Candidiasis - Linda Allen

Apr 18th 2014 at 4:21 AM

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Intestinal candidiasis - Candidiasis develops in the bowel dysbiosis, when for some reason the volume decreases normal intestinal microflora. This leads to a rapid increase in the volume of pathogenic microorganisms, i.e. to dysbacteriosis.

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Often the cause growths in the gut fungi of the genus Candida is antibiotics, which inhibit all bacterial flora of the intestine and "make room" for the reproduction of fungi.

Intestinal candidiasis unpleasant in itself, as it causes symptoms such as abdominal pain , Bloating, belching, and so forth but the greatest danger of this disease in the spread of candida to nearby organs (e.g., sex, kidney and urinary tract), as well as to distant organs through the bloodstream and lymphatic system.

Therefore, intestinal candidiasis necessarily is treated. If candidiasis has not spread to other organs, for its treatment is often used pills pimafutsin.

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Adults appoint one tablet pimafutsin (100 mg) 4 times a day for children - as one tablet twice a day. The course of treatment usually lasts a week. In patients receiving tablets pimafutsin sometimes nausea and diarrhea, but these effects usually pass quickly and do not require discontinuation of therapy.

Pimafutsin in the treatment of genital candidiasis - Pimafutsin used in the treatment of candidiasis of the external genitalia and the vagina in women and the external genitalia in males, if there is suspicion of candidiasis internal reproductive organs in women and men, it uses other antifungal drugs.

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