Mud in gynecology is – a procedure returns the joy of motherhood.
The purpose of the method: Treatment of mud is particularly effective in the case of women’s diseases, such as tubal and peritoneal infertility. With mud therapy techniques can slow down the inflammation, regulate the menstrual cycle and normalize peristalsis of the fallopian tubes, as well as prevent the growth of pathogenic mikroflori.No impossible not to note the fact that the mud has a positive effect on the body as a whole, in particular, normalize hormones and hormonal imbalance. This means that even hormonal infertility can be cured through the use of sludge.
The methodology of the procedure: In the vagina mud tampons introduced with a soft rubber tube about 30 cm long at the end of the clip is applied, the tube was packed with cold mud, and then from the other end of the tube clamp is applied.. Prepared in this way the tube is placed in a bowl with hot water and heated to a temperature of 46-50 ° C, dirt Before the procedure, the temperature of the mud certainly need to ensure that you do not accidentally burn the vaginal mucosa. With a heated tube shoot one clip and gently squeeze out the contents with the help of Janet syringe, filling the vagina with dirt and vaults. Thus, to 150 g are introduced preheated mud. The patient should lie with mud tampon 20-30 minutes. After the procedure, the dirt is removed from the vagina by douching energetic heated to 40-42 ° C water. Procedures are carried out in a day, a course of treatment includes 10-15 procedures. At the time of menstruation treatment interrupted.
Indications for mud therapy in gynecology:
– Inflammatory, chronic uterine process, fallopian tubes, vagina and appendages;
– Hormonal Infertility
– Menstrual disorders;
– Bacterial vaginosis (vaginal dysbiosis)
– Adhesive processes;
– Deviation of the uterus;
– Perisalpingity and salpingoophoritis;
– Metroendometritis and parametritis.
Contraindications for the treatment of infertility in the resort:
– Cervical polyps;
– Inflammation and bleeding erosion;
– Uterine hypoplasia grade 3-4;
– Endometriosis and polycystic;
– Uterine fibroids and ovarian cysts;