Can I Treat Ureaplasma Urealyticum without Antibiotics?

Date:2019-09-26 click:0
Ureaplasma urealyticum is a prokaryotic organism whose size is between bacteria and viruses and mainly exists in the genital organs. Normal people carrying Ureaplasma urealyticum do not get sick, but if resistance decreases and internal environment changes, Ureaplasma urealyticum infection may occur.
Although antibiotics are the main treatment options in the treatment of Ureaplasma urealyticum infection nowadays, we also see the shortcomings of it in the treatment process. For mycoplasma, antibiotics acting on the cell wall of the pathogen do not affect it due to the lack of cell wall structure, so the selection of antibiotics is very limited. 

Besides, frequent use may make bacterial, and viruses resistant to antibiotics, and drug-resistant bacteria will form in the environment of survival of the fittest. Once this happens, even if antibiotics are used for treatment, the therapeutic effect will be greatly reduced.
The greatest harm of antibiotics abusement to the human body is that it will reduce human resistance. The human body's internal environment itself can resist the invasion of viruses, if antibiotics are often used, when they fight against the viruses harmful to the body, it will also cause great harm to the human health, reduce the patient's antiviral ability.
And this also explains why people can not resist the invasion of recurrent infection and why diseases always flare up after receiving antibiotics treatment. Due to the characteristics of recurrence of Ureaplasma urealyticum and the inadequacy of antibiotic treatment, more and more patients are willing to choose safe and effective traditional Chinese herbal medicine without any toxic and side effects, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill developed by Dr. Lee Xiaoping.

Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill contains more than fifty natural herbs in its formula. It not only has the efficacy of sterilization and anti-inflammatory but also can change the living environment of Mycoplasma in the patient's body. Therefore, it can completely remove the lesion and make Mycoplasma turn negative and not easy to recur, and patients can take it at ease for along term. Finally, I wish you can recover as soon as possible!