Dynamics of compositional climatic syndrome associated with extragenital pathology after the application of complex treatment
Non-medicated methods of treatment of physical nature are widely used and proved their effectiveness in preventing the occurrence of symptoms of climacteric syndrome, while the issue of therapy of climacteric disorders with antihomotoxic drugs is disclosed only in a few scientific developments. The study included 414 women aged 45 to 55 years old, who were divided into 4 groups: 1st group (control) were women of the perimenopausal age without somatic pathology; group 2nd – women with type II diabetes mellitus; group 3rd – patients with hypothyroidism) and 4th group – patients with hypertension (GC). In order to establish the effectiveness of physiotherapeutic methods in combination with antihomotoxic drugs, patients are divided into 3 groups. The control group (CG) of women received only baseline therapy according to the National Consensus on the management of patients in the climacteric population (hereinafter - baseline therapy). Group 2 included patients who received physiotherapy at the background of basic therapy. Group 3 consisted of women who, besides basic therapy, prescribed antihomotoxic medicines Climact-Hel, Mulimen. Separately, the dynamics of neuro-vegetative, metabolic and psycho-emotional components of climacteric syndrome in patients from control groups receiving basic therapy was studied; basic therapy, laser therapy and contrast baths; basic therapy and antihomotoxicologic drugs. In the course of treatment of climacteric syndrome with the use of basic therapy, reduction of manifestations of the metabolic component in patients with hypertension was detected by 10.6%. The use of physiotherapeutic methods allowed to reduce the neuro-vegetative component in patients of the second, third and fourth groups by 10.7%, 13.4%, and 10.2% respectively. In patients with climacteric syndrome, which was used against antihomotoxicological drugs in the baseline therapy, there was a decrease in the number of complaints on the psychoemotional component of the climacteric syndrome in patients with type 2 diabetes, hypothyroidism and hypertension in 10.9%, 10.4%, and 10.5% respectively.
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