Gynecology and gynecological diseases in diabetes mellitus

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gynecology diabetesa well-known fact of interdependence between the human neural system and its internal organs. Therefore, the occurrence of disease processes in the human body depends on the activity of its complex systems. Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorders and, of course, affects any person's a painful process.

Hyperglycemia and lack of insulin in diabetes mellitus may disrupt any function of the body and lead to serious pathological changes in various systems. In women there is a high incidence of gynecological diseases. Most often there are various genital infections, menstrual disorders, cervical pathology. There are cases of inflammation of the pelvic organs and the appearance of benign ovarian tumors. All this is not the best influence on the reproductive function.

Often, women suffering from diabetes are not able to conceive a child for a long time. The reasons are mainly amenorrhea, lack of ovulation, miscarriage, hormonal abnormalities and intrauterine fetal death.

of Course, women with this disease need to plan ahead of pregnancy. After all, even desirable unplanned pregnancy can lead to tragic consequences. So it's worth thinking about modern methods of contraception, to find that a woman with diabetes rather than just. There is a risk of various complications associated with the use of hormonal contraceptives and sterilization. Diabetics should not resort to the use of diaphragms, as well as drugs and spirals, which contain the Progestogens and all their actions to agree with the doctor-gynecologist.

Modern methods of treatment of diabetes is still a woman to be a mother. But there are some risks impeding the development of normal pregnancy in women. It is necessary to conduct a thorough medical examination at all stages of preparation for pregnancy and during it. The course of diabetes in pregnancy goes in waves with the occurrence of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic conditions, as well as ketoacidosis. The first half of pregnancy generally does not cause changes in the course of the disease. In the second half due to increased activation of the adrenal cortex, placenta and pituitary often noted the deterioration in the condition of pregnant women, increases the need for insulin.

By the end of pregnancy, this need is reduced due to hyperinsulism of the fetus. After giving birth, especially if they end in caesarean section, blood glucose level may drop dramatically, but then it again reaches its original value.

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