Surgeon Urologist - Andrologist
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Looking back at my problem and trying to find how and when it started, I discovered that the symptoms started when I was 20 years (currently 34), ie. 14 years ago
• common fungal infections
• 3 times year urinary tract infections
• dysmenorrhea
• severe premenstrual syndrome.
But what made me worry the most was that since February 2012 I felt severe pain in the abdomen during the intercourse, both before and after the menstruation. At the same time my husband complained about feeling pain in the perineum, the adductors, waist and abdomen and had intense frequent urination. We visited many urologists who said to my husband that he had chronic prostatitis and prescribed him quinolones, that covered the symptoms for as long as he took the antibiotics and a few days later there was a recurrence of symptoms. As for me and my frequent urinary tract infections, they didn’t even concern about them. Οι απαντήσεις τους ήταν πολύ νερό και καλό πλύσιμο της ευαίσθητης περιοχής. Their answers were that I should drink a lot of water and thoroughly clean my sensitive area. The gynecologists, all that suggested was treatment for fungi and recheck in 1 year, when of course the fungi were more and more. As for the dysmenorrhea and the severe premenstrual syndrome, was the administration of potent anti-inflammatory drugs, avoidance of bath while waiting for the menstruation (you can laugh fearlessly on that one, which I OF COURSE refrained from applying) and no anxiety. As time passed both my and my husband’s symptoms kept getting more intense. But unfortunately we couldn’t find any answers anywhere. We went to a lot of doctors but we always left their office with more unanswered questions than we had when we got there. We were a step before going to a psychiatrist. Our psychology had reached the bottom. Because if you're not good at your health, you're nowhere. So we started searching ... and as if DEUS ex machina, the answer appeared before us, almost with the first click "DEFINITE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC PROSTATITIS. PAVLOS GEORGIADIS".. In October 2012 we visited him, my husband explained to him what he felt and then he began asking me and what I felt. Mr. Georgiadis then proceeded by examining, clinically and sonographically the urogenital system, informed me that there was an inflammation problem and that we should fully evaluate the urogenital ie. the bladder, the vagina and the uterus, because germs easily move from one organ to another, and usually inflammations caused are chronic and they do not cause intense discomfort, which makes them pretty hard both their treatment as well as their discovery. The truth was that was I got puzzled (because as I said I had visited a large number of urologists and gynecologists without coming to any conclusion until then), but at the same time I began to realize that I should go ahead with the organized checks as suggested by the doctor in order to arrive at a result and finally arranged an appointment with the microbiologist ms.ANTONOPOULOU. From our very first visit to the doctor Mr. Georgiadis, the truth is that we had solved 50% of our questions. My husband immediately began the treatment and I went to my scheduled appointment with ms. ANTONOPOULOU where I had vaginal fluid crops. The answer was CHLAMYDIA with pyosfairia 30-40 k.o.p. I finally realised that we had something figured out because we were in the dark until then. I immediately started taking antibiotics for about 1 month and after two months a retest of the vaginal fluid’s crops took place, where we found that the chlamydia persisted, but the pyosfairia had increased a lot. The directness of mr.GEORGIADIS was disarming. I had an ultrasound of the lower abdomen and a pelvic examination (yes indeed by an urologist). The conclusion was that I had to do a cystoscopy because the chlamydia had created a problem in the cystic triangle, hence the intense pain during the intercourse. I had a total of 6 (six) cystoscopies in combination with taking oral medication. After the first 3 cystoscopies, I had a vaginal fluid crops again, with a clear improvement of the symptoms and the microbiological results, but the persistence of chlamydia continued. We decided to start intravaginal cures injections too (3 times/ month for 3 monthly cycles), in combination with the oral medication. After the first 3, the symptoms had all subsided except of the dysmenorrhea and the premenstrual syndrome. The test of the vaginal fluid’s crops that I repeated, were much better with negative chlamydia and the pyosfairia reduced to 4-6 k.o.p. There were 3 more intravaginal therapies followed. Once I completed this cycle of treatments too, I had a new vaginal fluid crops. The result was rather dissapointing. The chlamydia were still negative, ,but the pyosfairia were increased. The disappointment was great not only to my family but also to Mr. GEORGIADIS (which is now family). Our doctor said that the most likely reason for this result was the infection of the endometrium from chlamydia too, where despite the medication, a small number of microbes had managed to survive. Next immediate move was to have a tissue period crops. There they were found indeed weakly positive chlamydia and pyosfairia 8-10 k.o.p. Mr. GEORGIADIS’ answer to these results was that our germ “had gotten away'' and took an upward trend, but reassured me it was in the beginning and it would be controlled by using more drastic measures. What were they? intravenous antibiotics, (from 1st to 5th day of period) with intravaginal injections (1 cycle of 3 consecutive times each month, especially the last 3 days of the period) and intravesical injections (once per month). We had 4 cycles of therapy and tissue period done again.. chlamydia negative pyosfairia 2-3 k.o.p and crops of vaginal fluid with negative chlamydia and pyosfairia 2-3 k.o.p but several fungi, consequence of the recent treatments, although the antifungal was taken throughout them. In the present I only am treated for fungi, and being free from ALL the problems, without having the slightest discomfort. 2 Years later I have to say that things had not been easy.. We hit the bottom many times with my husband.. but it NEVER crossed our minds to give up, because we knew that taking such a decision would be bad for us.. we had one another (very important) and we both had Mr. GEORGIADIS.. THANK YOU A LOT!!!!

1st Cystoscopy

2nd Cystoscopy AFTER the final recovery

1st Tissue Period Crops

1st Tissue Period Crops - PCR

2nd Tissue Period Crops - PCR

1st Endocervical Crops - PCR

1st Vaginal Fluid Crops

2nd Vaginal Fluid Crops

3rd Vaginal Fluid Crops

4th Vaginal Fluid Crops

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