After the human body is infected with mycoplasma, it will lead to urinary system diseases, such as Mycoplasma Urethritis. Mycoplasma urethritis is non-gonococcal urethritis, which belongs to sexually transmitted infections. It is mainly transmitted through sexual contact. Symptoms of Mycoplasma urethritis include urinary pain, urethral pruritus, urethral secretion, frequent urination, and urgency. Urinary pain is a common symptom. That is, when urinating, people can feel urethral discomfort. Some patients show pain, burning pain, and so on.

Some patients may have no urinary pain, but they always feel urethral pruritus whether they urinate or not, especially when they don't urinate. And urethral secretion is generally thin, not sticky secretion. Some patients will also have frequent urination and urgent urination symptoms.

Suffering from Mycoplasma urethritis will bring a lot of inconvenience and pain to the patient's life. They must treat it as soon as possible.

So how is Mycoplasma urethritis treated? Let's have a look!

1. Physiotherapy

Physical therapy uses the benign stimulation of external warmth to promote local pelvic blood circulation, improve metabolism, improve the nutritional status of tissues, and promote the absorption and regression of inflammation. Physical therapy can alleviate the symptoms of Mycoplasma urethritis, but physical therapy can only play an auxiliary role.

2. Antibiotic treatment

Using antibiotics to treat mycoplasma urethritis is a standard treatment.

Because everyone has different degrees of drug resistance due to individual differences in drugs, it is necessary to take medicines selectively according to the drug sensitivity of patients to make patients recover quickly. The drug sensitivity test is a vital link in the treatment of mycoplasma. Doctors can prescribe and provide personalized treatment plans through drug sensitivity test results.

However, mycoplasma is relatively easy to relapse. The long-term use of antibiotics will lead to drug resistance and drug resistance in the human body, so antibiotic treatment can not be used repeatedly.

3. Traditional Chinese medicine treatment

Traditional Chinese medicine treats mycoplasma infection mainly by "nourishing," regulating the patient's body, improving the patient's immunity, and changing the living environment of mycoplasma to achieve the effect of prevention and treatment. Traditional Chinese medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can treat male urogenital and female urogenital diseases. It significantly affects male and female urethritis caused by mycoplasma infection.

Moreover, in the process of using the pill, it will not produce drug resistance. Its heat-clearing and diuretic effect can also effectively alleviate the symptoms of urethral discomfort caused by Mycoplasma urethritis. Taking diuretic anti-inflammatory pills can cure mycoplasma infection.

In addition, patients also need to pay attention to psychological nursing and life management.

Due to the repeated attack of the disease, urinary tract infection leads to more common psychological disorders and may have adverse emotions such as anxiety. You can engage in some interesting activities in daily life, such as listening to light music, enjoying flowers and plants, reading novels, watching TV, chatting, etc., to distract your attention and reduce anxiety. At the same time, we should learn relevant knowledge, correctly understand urinary tract infections, reduce psychological pressure and actively cooperate with treatment.

Mycoplasma infection is significantly related to sexual activity and is sexually transmitted. Therefore, patients should avoid sexual life during treatment. Pregnant women and menstrual women should clean the perineum, such as changing sanitary napkins in time. And they should strictly disinfect and sterilize their clothes during menstruation.

At the same time, during cleaning, the perineum shall be scrubbed along the direction from the urethra to defecation to prevent retrograde infection. Take a bath frequently. It's best to take a shower and change your underwear often.

In addition, patients should eat more light diuretic foods in their daily life, such as pear, watermelon, banana, white gourd, cucumber, etc. Eat foods that are easy to digest, rich in vitamins, and high in protein. At the same time, drink more water to promote urination and adhere to the drinking water volume of 2000 ~ 3000ml / day. Establish good defecation habits and urinate immediately without waiting when you want to urinate. Try to relax and relieve anxiety by diverting attention. Usually, pay attention to keeping enough sleep.

In addition, avoid hot foods such as mutton and dog meat and spicy, irritating, and warm foods such as onion, leek, garlic, pepper, and ginger. They can stimulate inflammatory parts after entering the human body, making them congested, swollen, and painful, and aggravate urinary tract irritation symptoms such as frequent urination, urgency, and pain. In addition, acidic foods such as vinegar will reduce the activity of antibiotics, aggravate the condition of patients with urinary tract infections, and affect the recovery of patients.

Since the main route of transmission of mycoplasma is sexual life, both partners need to introduce treatment to achieve the purpose of a complete cure.

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