What are the characteristics and manifestations of male mycoplasma infection?

Date:2019-07-16 click:0
Under normal circumstances, Mycoplasma can only adhere to the receptors on the surface of the respiratory tract and the epithelial cells of the genitourinary tract, and the human tissue and the mycoplasma in the blood are inaccessible, so it usually does not cause too much damage to the human body.  However, mycoplasma is prone to cause cell damage, so mycoplasma adhering to the surface of the host cell will absorb nutrients from the cell, and at the same time, obtain lipids and cholesterol from the cell membrane, which may cause serious damage to the cells in the long run.
Generally speaking, some males have the following characteristics after infection with mycoplasma:
First, abnormal urine: mainly includes yellowing or turbid urine, frequent urination, and heavy urine odor.  At the same time, it may feel tingling in the urethra, redness and valgus of the foreskin, or pain during urination or difficulty in urinating.  And as the symptoms of infection increase, these symptoms will increase.
Second, when the mycoplasma infection is more serious, the patient may have perineal pain, backache, testicular pain, anal fall and discomfort, especially when the stool is forced to be more obvious.  In the long run, patients may even have a series of sexual dysfunction problems such as impotence, premature ejaculation, loss of libido, ejaculation pain, and blood.  And mycoplasma infection is also one of the causes of male infertility.
Third, general malaise.  Especially after recurrent episodes of mycoplasma, patients will feel weakness, chills, fever, sweating, depression, decreased immunity, insomnia and other symptoms, usually similar to the symptoms of a cold.
Male mycoplasma infection is usually not difficult to treat. The difficulty is how to completely cure and prevent recurrence. Many patients are getting more and more serious due to repeated episodes of mycoplasma. It is best to use non-drug-resistant, completely sterilizative and detoxificative drugs to treat, such as Diuretic Anti-inflammatory Pill, only when the mycoplasma turned negative, it shows that the mycoplasma was completely cured.  In order to prevent the relapse, it is clinically recommended that for mycoplasma, medicine should continue to be taken for more than one week after it is turned negative.