Mycoplasma and Chlamydia May Causes Urethritis in Men

Date:2018-12-06 click:0

Mycoplasma and chlamydia are mainly sexually transmitted. Of them, mycoplasma hominis, ureaplasma urealyticum, and chlamydia reachomatis are the most common species. These three species are pathogenic in human and can cause urogenital inflammation. The infection of mycoplasmahominis, ureaplasma urealyticum, and chlamydia reachomatis will bring about maleurethritis, prostatitis, orchitis, epididymitis and seminal vesiculitis

Symptoms of male mycoplasma and chlamydia infection: 
Male mycoplasma and chlamydia infectionis characterized by urinary tract infection.The symptoms from urinary tract infection are burning on urination, urgency of urination, frequency of urination, dysuria, chaude-pisse, mild redness and swelling of meatus urinarius, thin and less urethral discharge, serous or purulent, force is needed to squeeze the urethra to secrete, small amount of mucous secretion or crust are found around the meatus urinarius in the early morning. 
The male urethritis which is caused by mycoplasma and chlamydia infectionwill bring about such prostate diseases as prostatitis, orchitis, epididymitis, seminal vesiculitis and seminal duct obstruction. And these diseases will cause male infertility. Men with prostate diseases suffer from abdominal pain, perineal pain, testicular pain, backache, sexual dysfunction. According to the test of prostatic fluid, there are too many white blood cell, the culture of mycoplasma and chlamydia is postive.