Hormonal correction of atrophic changes in women with urogenital prolapse
Keywords:pelvic organ prolapse, microbiocenosis, hormonal correction, Ovestin
In order to determine the hormonal homeostasis in women with urogenital prolapse after hysterectomy surgery the study of vaginal microbiota in 51 patients was conducted. It has been proved that mainstay of treatment for improving clinical effect and partial restoration of own microflora is administration of hormone replacement therapy with low-active estrogen fractions (Estrone, Estriol). Cyclic use of Ovestin vaginal cream or suppositories helps prevent urinary incontinence and recurrences of vaginal prolapse after vaginal hysterectomy
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