Males can nearly not feel any obvious Ureaplasma symptoms in the initial stage, so that they will ignore the treatment. However, once this disease has not been treated in time and effectively, it will bring a lot of harm, so it needs active treatment.

There are many drugs to treat Ureaplasma infection, such as doxycycline, azithromycin, minocycline, josamycin, etc. Do a culture and drug sensitivity test before treatment, choose sensitive antibiotics from the drug sensitivity test and get drug treatment combined with the conditions.

Suppose the antibiotic treatment effect is not good, or the symptoms come back. In that case, men can choose Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, a patent herbal medicine of Wuhan Dr. Lee's TCM Clinic. It can not only detoxify the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics but also can effectively kill mycoplasma. Moreover, it has the functions of clearing heat and detoxification, promoting blood circulation, promoting Qi, relieving pain, and removing lymph, which can treat male urinary and reproductive system diseases.

This herbal medicine is also based on the ancient prescription through reasonable subtraction, so it will not bring any side effects to patients.

So, if not treated, what harm will it cause?

1. Bring urinary tract discomfort

In the acute attack stage, Ureaplasma will bring patients with urethral irritation, frequent urination, urgency, urethral orifice swelling, and other symptoms of urethral discomfort, and patients in the morning will often find their urethral orifice or crotch has a small amount of mucus secretion.

2. Retrograde infection of other urogenital diseases

Because the male urinary system and the reproductive system are interlinked, with the disease's progress, Ureaplasma will be retrograde infection along with the patient's urethra, which will cause nongonococcal urethritis, epididymitis, prostatitis, and seminal vesiculitis, and other urogenital diseases. When it causes male reproductive system diseases, patients will also appear perineum, lumbosacral, and lower abdomen, And other parts of the swelling pain symptoms.

3. Lead to sexual dysfunction

For a long time, untreated Ureaplasma will damage the patient's reproductive organs and nerve reaction terminals so that the patient's sexual nerve is not sensitive to effective stimulation. And sexual organs are in a refractory period for a long time will result in decreased libido.

And other genitourinary system diseases caused by it will also bring ejaculatory pain to patients. Patients have a fear of sexual life. Over time, patients will appear impotence, premature ejaculation, and other sexual dysfunction.

4. The number of sperm decreased

There are a large number of spermatogenic cells in the seminiferous tubules of male testes. These spermatogenic cells will form sperm after development and reproduction. Ureaplasma will not only destroy spermatogenic cells and affect sperm production but also cause prostatitis, epididymitis, and other reproductive system diseases. It will also change the living environment of sperm and lead to a decrease in sperm quantity and affect fertility.

5. Have a decrease in the sperm quality

Because Ureaplasma has no cell wall and only one layer of protoplast structure, it will result in sperm curl, sharp head, neck swelling, and other deformities when combined with sperm, significantly reducing the quality of sperm. According to clinical data, male patients' sperm deformity rate with infertility caused by mycoplasma infection can be as high as 80%.

6. Lead to the sperm motility decrease

When the combination of Ureaplasma and sperm, sperm will become very "bloated", which will produce resistance in its progress, and eventually lead to the decline of sperm activity, or even stagnation.

7. Affect the partner

Ureaplasma is a sexually transmitted disease. It can also be indirectly transmitted by contacting the objects used by patients. Therefore, if males have infected with this infection but are not treated in time and effectively, it is likely to be transmitted to their partners through sexual behavior or sharing living goods, thus causing cross-infection.

The above is the harm of untreated Ureaplasma. So to avoid the above consequences, men should take active treatment after getting a diagnosis.

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