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The Reproductive Tract Has Several Defense Mechanisms

Feb 27th 2014 at 5:00 AM

There is virtually no woman who could not overcome a life during gynecological inflammation. The inflammation may extend - We are not always powerless against unwanted infections. "The reproductive tract has several defense mechanisms to protect against infection. An example of this acidic environment in the vagina with a pH of 4-4.5, the presence of bacteria useful trade - Lactobacillus, or mucus in the cervix, which is impermeable to bacteria, soothes expert. Spread of unwanted disease can prevent the closure of the fallopian tubes.

This is a preventive body's defense mechanism in the spread of the infection into the abdominal cavity. Unfortunately, the result is then infertility, "says the doctor. If it fails immunity and inflammation spreads, may jeopardize your ability to get pregnant harm the fetus or cause miscarriage. "From this point of view is dangerous especially Chlamydia trachomatis, which causes tubal disorders and decreased fertility, group B streptococcus, which endangers newborns at birth, causing neonatal sepsis, although herpes viruses, papilloma viruses and HIV endanger the child at birth. Are dangerous and HPV viruses, giving rise to warts, but may have also develop cervical cancer, "says gynecologist. Do not underestimate the chronic diseases - Most often succumb to infection with weakened immunity, but also increase the risk of inflammation of many other chronic diseases, which are then reflected also frequent local infections. For such is, for example, diabetes, HIV infection, anemia, liver disease and many others.


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