Bladder Pain in Men? Mycoplasma May be The Culprit

Date:2023-07-28 click:0

Bladder pain is a clinical symptom mainly manifested as pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen or pelvic area. It can be accompanied by frequent urination, urgent urination, hematuria, fever and other symptoms. Nowadays, with the emergence of sub-health problems, bladder pain has become a common problem for many people.


What are the reasons for bladder pain? Mycoplasma infection can be the culprit!

1. What are the reasons for bladder pain?

There are many causes of bladder pain. Diseases of the genitourinary system may lead to it. Specifically, common diseases include:

(1) Cystitis: a disease caused by inflammation of the inner wall of the bladder; it is common to have pain in the bladder area, frequent urination, urinary urgency, and painful urination.

(2) Urethritis: Urethritis will present the symptoms of frequent urination, urinary urgency and pain in urination, and as the condition progresses, the retrograde infection can cause cystitis, leading to pain in the bladder area and hematuria that can be seen in the naked eye.

(3) Prostatitis: Prostatitis is an inflammatory disease in the prostate gland, and patients will experience pain and discomfort in the prostate area. The pain will also expand to the bladder area, causing bladder pain.

In addition, bladder pain may be induced by urinary retention, lesions at the end of the urethra, bladder spasms, bladder tumors, bladder rupture, recto-colonic disease, and diseases on other organs.

2. Mycoplasma can cause bladder pain in men.

Mycoplasma infection in the male genitourinary tract can lead to various complications, such as urethritis, cystitis, prostatitis, epididymitis, etc. Patients will experience redness and swelling of the urethral orifice, urinary frequency, urgency and pain, increased urethral discharge, bladder pain, and discomfort from swelling and pain in the perineum. 

This is because when mycoplasma infects the genitourinary system, it enters the bladder and causes inflammatory reactions. These inflammatory reactions can irritate the bladder nerves, leading to bladder pain. 

In addition, mycoplasma in men may affect the normal barrier function of the bladder mucosa and increase the bladder's sensitivity to external harmful substances, leading to the development of painful bladder syndrome.

3. How to treat bladder pain caused by mycoplasma?

Because mycoplasma, unlike bacteria, does not have a cell wall structure, it is naturally resistant to conventional antibiotics that act on the bacterial cell wall. Moreover, mycoplasma infections in men can be spread through sexual intercourse, indirect contact and repeated infections, so long-term medication is usually required.

Therefore, it is better to use traditional Chinese medicine to treat male mycoplasma infections. Traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can make mycoplasma turn negative and relieve bladder pain caused by male genitourinary system inflammation. It has the efficacy of activating blood circulation, eliminating blood stasis, and improving the patient's pain and discomfort. 

Moreover, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can also improve the body's immunity and prevent the recurrence of mycoplasma infection, thus avoiding the repetition of bladder pain caused by mycoplasma in men.

In conclusion, a mycoplasma infection in men may cause bladder pain and other symptoms. If you suspect you may have a mycoplasma infection, seek medical attention. With proper treatment, the pain and discomfort can be reduced. Meanwhile, during the treatment of mycoplasma infection in men, patients should avoid sexual behavior, adjust their diet and lifestyle accordingly, and get enough sleep to promote recovery.

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