What is «laser therapy»? We are going to talk about one of the modern methods of treatment, which uses the light energy of laser radiation as an active factor.
Sounds scary, doesn't it? Before the mental gaze of inexperienced in medicine patient, pictures, such as frames from a film about the engineer Garin's hyperboloid are arised, where the power of laser radiation destroys the plants. But we will deal with a completely different, «peaceful» laser, the purpose of which is not to destroy, but to restore our health.
Laser therapy in gynecology
The fact that laser therapy has a positive effect on the reproductive function of a person is a universally recognized fact. And that is why it is actively used to treat infertility. You can not remain silent about a number of in comparison with other methods of treatment, these are: advantages of laser therapy
- the practical absence of adverse reactions.
iseases of the cervix, in which it is recommended to use laser therapy
There are no absolutely specific contraindications for laser therapy. However, depending on the condition of the patient and the phase of the disease, there may be limitations in the use of the laser, which is determined by the doctor. In order to designate the type of laser radiation, the specialists of the Bogoliuby Center for Reproductive Medicine are guided by the following criteria:
- area of pathologically altered tissues on the cervix;
- the duration of the course of the disease;
- previous treatment methods;
- burdened obstetric and gynecological a;namnesis .
The procedure of laser therapy is carried out on a gynecological chair, the cervix is exposed, the mucus is removed. The entire area of the affected area on the cervix is exposed to radiation.
The experience of the specialists of the Bogoliuby Reproductive Medical Center provides laser therapy that shows exceptional results, increasing the adaptive potential of the body, contributes to healing. Compared with cryodestruction, laser therapy has the following advantages:
- restoration of the cervical mucosa lasts two weeks instead of 40 days (cryodestruction);
- there is not scars on the cervix and it is very important for nulliparous women who want to become pregnant in the future.