In the event of a dysbacteriosis, the bacterial balance will be disturbed, and pathogenic microorganisms begin to swiftly multiply and spread across all systems of the body, which leads to various complications and can be dangerous.
With dysbacteriosis, first of all, there are signs of vitamin deficiency. This is due to the fact that the intestinal microflora is damaged, the body refuses to split food, as a result of which it does not receive any useful substances. In the event that you do not pay attention to dysbacteriosis, then the development of dangerous complications is possible:
- Iron deficiency anemia.
Due to the fact that there is no constant supply of beneficial bacteria in the body, complications of dysbacteriosis begin to affect the urinary system, the general level of immunity and the occurrence of allergies.
Immunodeficiency - a complication of dysbiosis
What is the danger of immunodeficiency? In the event that the level of immunity decreases, it becomes possible to develop various inflammatory diseases, since the body itself does not have the strength to resist pathogenic microbes. This complication is due to the fact that the immune defense is 50% dependent on the normal state of the intestine. What threatens an immunodeficiency after a dysbacteriosis? Due to the increase in the number of pathogens, the emergence of:
- The incomplete functioning of the T-cell immune link.
- Reduced enzyme content.
- Negative changes in the phagocytosis system.
What is dangerous intestinal dysbacteriosis?
A common and dangerous complication of dysbacteriosis is the appearance of allergic reactions. This is due to the fact that due to the disturbance of microflora, the process of digestion of food will be disrupted, which leads to the receipt of undigested pathogens of infection in the blood. This complication with dysbacteriosis threatens the manifestation of allergies in the nasal cavity, head, eyes, ears, skin, upper respiratory tract.
What threatens dysbiosis?
As the most common diseases - complications of dysbiosis, dangerous for humans, are:
- Chronic enterocolitis, which develops due to the long-term effects of pathogens on the intestines. It is dangerous because it can cause destruction of intestinal tissues, because of the appearance of ulcers, and also becomes one of the first causes of cancerous growths.
- Sepsis or infection of the blood will develop when pathogenic bacteria enter the bloodstream. Sepsis is dangerous and can lead to death.
- Peritonitis will develop due to the aggressive action of pathogenic microorganisms on the walls of the intestine, with the destruction of all its layers and the release of the contents into the cavity of the peritoneum. Peritonitis is also dangerous, becausein the cavity of the peritoneum, the processed food remains, with subsequent cornification, which leads not only to infection, but also to a fatal outcome in case of late application to a specialist.
- Gastroduodenitis and pancreatitis develop due to the spread of pathogenic microflora through the cavity of the digestive tract. When spreading, various organs of the digestive tract are affected, and in the absence of treatment, complete organ failure is possible.
Thus, all the dangers of dysbiosis are considered, so do not be shy, but it is better to contact a specialist in a timely manner.