In 2020, humanity faced a terrible disease - the COVID 19 pandemic. Later, it became known that the disease affects not only the elderly and people with chronic diseases, but also people with reduced immunity. Common consequences of COVID are: pneumosclerosis on the background of inflammation, chronic cough, attacks of suffocation and later - respiratory failure. All these consequences can remain with a person for the rest of his life and in the worst cases - life itself faces an imminent threat. The risk of lung cancer increases, especially in cases when the coronavirus infection causes exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Most often, people encounter diseases that are caused by 1 and 2 types of herpes viruses: herpes on the lips and face and herpetic lesions of the genitals. If herpes occurs on the lips, in the mouths of the nasal passages or in the eye area, it causes significant discomfort, and if the rash affects the genitals, sexuality decreases, problems in the intimate sphere arise. [1-3]
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke every year. 5 million die, and another 5 million remain permanently disabled, which is a burden for the family and community . A stroke carries a high risk of death and is called so because of the way it affects people. Survivors may experience loss of vision and/or speech, paralysis, and confusion. The risk of further episodes is significantly increased for people who have had a previous stroke. In case of a stroke, blockage of the artery, known as thrombosis, occurs more often, which leads to the ischemic variant of the disease. A rarer and more dangerous phenomenon is the rupture of a blood vessel - a hemorrhagic variant of a stroke . Infectious complications like pneumonia, urinary tract infections, and infections of other systems and organs are common among stroke patients. Every year 3 million people die after the stroke due to the infectious complications [3,4].
Endometriosis is a common female disease that causes significant intimate discomfort, often unbearable pain, and most importantly, it is a factor in the development of infertility and even cancer. In the structure of gynecological cases of morbidity, endometriosis firmly holds the third place after inflammatory diseases and uterine fibroids, leading to significant violations of reproductive function, persistent pain syndrome, infertility, impaired function of adjacent organs, and disability in severe cases. Endometriosis is a chronic, inflammatory gynecological condition, remains a widespread disease and it is more common among the fertile women and in 25-40% of women suffering from infertility [1,2]. It is also extremely important that modern studies indicate an increased risk of cancer among patients with endometriosis. Such women have a significantly higher risk of an ovarian cancer, cervical cancer, breast cancer, and thyroid cancer [1-3].