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What Causes of Non-gonococcal Urethritis in Men?

By charlotte at 25 days ago • 0 collector • 34 pageviews

Men are mainly accompanied by orchitis, prostatitis and Reiter syndrome, but no gonococcus can be found in the secretions, and no gonococcus can grow in bacterial culture. So what causes non-gonococcal urethritis?

The typical symptoms of non-gonococcal urethritis are itchy urethra, accompanied by urgency, pain and dysuria, but the symptoms are milder than gonococcal urethritis.

1. Irregular medication or short course of treatment are not effective. Many patients in the early stage of the disease did not receive regular and effective treatment, the disease into chronic or complicated with chronic prostatitis, epididymitis.

2. Patients who have infected with Non-gonococcal urethritis and their sexual partners have not been effectively examined or treated, leading to a reinfection.

3. Repeated and extensive use of broad-spectrum antibiotics leads to imbalance of bacterial flora and decrease of immunity in vivo, resulting in the proliferation of pathogens, fungi and microorganisms, which are not pathogenic originally, and becoming the source of inducing new infections or aggravating original infections.

4. The patients with long prepuce and phimosis have damp prepuce cavity. The temperature and humidity are favorable for the growth of pathogens, and they are prone to glans capitis and urethritis. 

For patients who are resistant to antibiotics for taking it too long can consider replacing them with a new plant remedy, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which treats male genitourinary system inflammation without damage to the human body. 

Dr. Lee, an expert in TCM, adds or subtracts the prescription according to the patient's condition and will not produce resistance.

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