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Non-gonococcal Urethritis is harmful to women and it not easy to detect

By merrina_jay at 30 days ago • 0 collector • 29 pageviews

Non-gonococcal urethritis poses a major threat to women's health, but it is not easy to detect. What's the matter? How to treat this disease? Let's take a look at the introduction below.

Why is non-gonococcal urethritis less common in women than in men? Cervical infection showing vaginitis and  cervicitis and an increased self-perception of leucorrhea, yellowing and odor, these symptoms are also common symptoms of gynecological diseases, most will not attract attention.

Therefore, once a woman has unconscious symptoms or a history of unmarried sexual life, she should go to the hospital for gynecological examination and testing. 

If venereal pathogen infection is found, it should be treated immediately. To avoid further infection or conversion to chronic vaginitis and urethritis.

How to prevent chronic urethritis and vaginitis in daily life?

  1. Women's underwear should be changed every day and cleaned by hand and aired;

2. Keep drinking no less than 2000 milliliters of warm boiled water every day, wash the urethra in time, reduce residual urine and accumulate toxins;

3. Take a half-hour walk every day to promote pelvic blood circulation, accelerate gastrointestinal peristalsis and avoid accumulation of enterotoxins;

4. Herbal Tea or natural plant remedy Fuyan pills, take them anyone two times a day in the morning and evening, which play an anti-inflammatory and bactericidal role; 

5.Yoga is a good exercise. Hip lifting helps regulate bladder muscles.

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