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How long is the Incubation Period of Non-gonococcal Urethritis?

By merrina_jay at 30 days ago • 0 collector • 26 pageviews

About 50% of patients have symptoms such as urinary pain and urethral itching. The onset of gonorrhea is not as acute as that of gonorrhea. The symptoms are delayed, sometimes serious, but lighter than that of gonorrhea. 


Most of the cervical secretions are lobulated white blood cells (more than 10 per field of vision under high power microscopy).


1. Urethral secretion is rare, thin, mucous or mucosal purulent. For a long time without micturition (e.g. in the morning), a small amount of dilute secretion can spill over from the external orifice of the urethra.


We should follow the principle of timely dosage and regular medication and choose appropriate antibiotics according to different conditions. Sulfonamide and rifampicin are effective against Chlamydia and ineffective against mycoplasma. Gentamycin, neomycin and polymyxin were ineffective against chlamydia.


2. The incubation period of non-gonococcal urethritis is 10-20 days. So the corresponding antibiotic anti-inflammatory drugs are basically about 2 weeks.


Pregnant women and children should not use tetracycline, doxycycline, quinolone drugs, but erythromycin can be used.


Pregnant women can choose natural herbal Fuyan pills, according to the symptoms of patients, add or subtract compatibility, so that one person on one side, for pregnant women will avoid the use of plant herbs to promote uterine contraction, eliminate inflammation, enhance the physical resistance of mothers-to-be.


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