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The consequences of dysbiosis

In case of dysbacteriosis of the large intestine, conditionally pathogenic microflora is actively developing, which leads to contamination of the body with the products of its vital activity. Due to the absorption of decay products of putrefactive microflora, diseases of the digestive organs (peptic ulcer, gastritis, colitis, etc.) can develop; gynecological diseases (when conditionally pathogenic microorganisms are transferred to the skin of the perineum and then to the urogenital organs); purulent-inflammatory surgical diseases (boils, abscesses, osteomyelitis, etc.); immunopathological and allergic diseases (in 77-100% of patients with urticaria, bronchial asthma, arthritis and some other diseases dysbacteriosis of the large intestine is detected; microorganisms develop hypersensitivity, bacterial or fungal allergy, respectively); diseases associated with metabolic disorders (menstrual disorders, atherosclerosis, urolithiasis, gout, etc.).

Dysbacteriosis can lead to eczema, bronchial asthma, colon cancer, diabetes mellitus, cirrhosis of the liver, beriberi, allergies, immunodeficiency, poor absorption of mineral substances, and as a result, osteochondrosis and rickets, diseases of internal organs.
Often, diseases such as polyarthritis and septic anticarditis are also caused by an imbalance of microflora.

The most frequent consequence of intestinal dysbiosis, in addition to all the unpleasant symptoms, discussed above, is a lack of vitamins. The most pronounced lack of vitamins of group B, the earliest sign of which is a violation of the motor function of the digestive tract. The lack of riboflavin is indicated by stomatitis, dermatitis of the nasal wings and nasolabial folds, changes in the nails, and hair loss. With thiamine deficiency, neurological disorders in the form of sleep disorders are possible. Especially dangerous due to intestinal dysbiosis vitamin B12 deficiency, which leads to the development of B12-deficient anemia. It is also possible violation of the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, in particular vitamin D, which can aggravate the course of rickets
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The consequences of dysbiosis

  1. Abstract. Dysbacteriosis and consequences of its effect on the organism., 2011
    Table of Contents Introduction Large Intestine Dysbacteriosis Causes of Dysbacteriosis Development Signs and Effects of Dysbacteriosis Methods of Dysbacteriosis Relief Conclusion List of Used
  2. Signs and effects of dysbiosis.
    Signs and consequences
  3. Methods of getting rid of dysbiosis. Prevention of dysbiosis
    Methods of getting rid of dysbiosis. Prevention
  4. Dysbacteriosis
    Dysbacteriosis - violations of the qualitative and quantitative composition of normal microflora. Causes of dysbiosis 1) diseases involving intestinal lesions: acute and chronic dysentery, salmonellosis, intestinal helminthiasis, chronic colitis and enterocolitis, ulcerative colitis, etc .; 2) massive intake of antibiotics; 3) application
  5. Prevention of dysbiosis.
    Primary prevention of dysbiosis, given the many causes of its occurrence, is a very difficult task. Its solution is connected with general preventive problems: nutrition, improvement of the environment, improvement of well-being and other numerous factors of the external and internal environment. Secondary prevention of dysbiosis - the rational use of antibiotics and other
  6. The concept of dysbiosis
    In a healthy person, the gastrointestinal tract is a balanced ecological system that has evolved in the process of evolution and is represented by a large number of beneficial types of bacteria. Violation of the qualitative and quantitative composition of the intestinal microflora and the violation of the biological equilibrium between pathogenic and beneficial microflora in the body as a whole and in the intestine in
  7. Classification of dysbiosis
    Firstly, dysbacteriosis is a rather capacious concept and there are quite a few options for changing microflora. Secondly, dysbacteriosis is a very developed phenomenon in both children and adults. Therefore, there are several classifications of this disease. There are three forms of dysbiosis that are somehow found in humans. Intestinal microflora can vary both in quantity and
  8. Intestinal dysbiosis
    Definition Intestinal dysbacteriosis is a qualitative and quantitative change in the normal intestinal microflora in the direction of increasing the number of symbiotic microorganisms, which are normally absent or occurring in small quantities: dysbacteriosis is a failure of adaptation, a violation of protective and compensatory mechanisms (A.F. Dysbacteriosis is a stable condition, usually having
  9. Signs of dysbiosis
    Dysbacteriosis can be suspected on the basis of human diseases, the use of antibacterial drugs or other potent drugs, and frequent stressful conditions. Frequent and prolonged colitis, which is difficult to treat, also indicate problems in the intestinal microflora. If patients with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract - for example, chronic pancreatitis
  10. Causes of dysbiosis in adults
    The cause of dysbiosis can be any long-term illness, severe injury. Even prolonged immobility or bed rest is also accompanied by constant dysbacteriosis. It is associated with operations, it is observed in case of burns, chronic poisonings. Apparently, all chronic diseases are accompanied by dysbiosis. Dysbacteriosis is common everywhere among those who work in conditions
  11. DISBACTERIOSIS (dysbiosis)
    Dysbacteriosis, or dysbiosis - qualitative and quantitative changes in the species composition of microorganisms that normally inhabit non-sterile body cavities of animals. Dysbacteriosis is an obligatory companion of any antimicrobial therapy, stress, disorders of the immune system. Symptoms Dyspepsia, rumbling in the stomach on an empty stomach and after eating, unstable stool - diarrhea alternating with constipation,
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