Disbiotic contravention vaginalis biotops in pregnant women on the background of irritable bowel syndrome
Keywords:pregnant women, dyspepsia, flatulence, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, vaginal biotope
This article imposed by modern principles bowel syndrome irritation pregnant intestinal women because of the pathophysiological and functional disorders that cause changes of normal biotope vagina and, as a result, create preconditions development the ascending infection of the fetus based on their own observations and research.
The study included 100 pregnant women with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome: a study group consists of 50 women, who used the developed complex therapy (diet with adequate water intake, and drugs Mucofalc, Lactoginal), and 50 healthy women in the control group. As a result, it was found that the developed therapy successfully eliminated the diarrheal manifestations in pregnant women and vaginal biotope disbiotic disorders arising on a background of irritable bowel syndrome
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