Know the Pathogeny of Chlamydia Infection

Date:2018-12-07 click:0

Generally speaking, it is very important to know the pathogeny of chlamydia for the recovery of patients. That is the first step to understand the diseases comprehensively caused by mycoplasma. 

Columnar epithelial cell would be invaded firstly after human body is infected by chlamydia. Moreover, chlamydia will develop and reproduce in the cell and enter into the mononuclear phagocytic system to breed. Because chlamydia reproduces in the inner cell, it would be protected by cell intermittently avoiding the damage of human body immune system. When human body is infected by chlamydia, it will produce a kind of immune ability. But this ability is weak and has short time. As a result, chlamydia is easy to form successive and reduplicated infection. 
When we have a rough understanding about pathogeny of chlamydia, we should take positive remedy. Actually early treatment is very important to cure chlamydia infection. So how to take treatment and which kind of medicine to cure chlamydia infection are critical problems. The WM antibiotics (erythromycin, deoxytetracycline, acheomycin) are the ordinary choices to the chlamydia infection.
But the WM can only resist the reproduction of chlamydia or alleviate some chlamydia positive symptoms. Actually, the WM cannot eliminate the chlamydia infection drastically. That is to say, the WM antibiotic can alleviate some symptoms, but it would present a situation of recurrent attacks. What's worse, the WM would not have curative effects after forming the tolerance to drugs. So after understanding the pathogeny of chlamydia, choosing an effective remedy is the top topic. The TC - "Diuresis and Anti-inflammatory Pill" is the key to cure the chlamydia infection. This pill is made up of 100% TCM, that is to say, taking this pill would not form tolerance to drugs and destroy human flora. Moreover, this pill can alleviate the symptoms of chlamydia infection quickly. And finally, it will achieve the goal to heal chlamydia infection.