Symptoms of ureaplasmosis

Ureaplasma Symptoms, Diagnosis And Treatment (Health And Medical Video July 2018).

What are similar and what different manifestations of ureaplasmosis in men and women and what can lead to this disease.

From the time of infection with ureaplasmosis to the first symptoms of the disease usually lasts from four days to a month, but the incubation period of the disease can last and more, reaching several months.

During the incubation period, the patient is already not only a carrier of ureaplasmosis, but can also be a source of infection for their sexual partners.

After the end of the incubation period, the first symptoms of ureaplasmosis appear. Usually they are not noticeable, the patient may not pay attention to them, and sometimes there are no symptoms at all.

Especially asymptomatic ureaplasmosis is characteristic for women who can live for many years with an infection without being aware of it. In addition, as with mycoplasmosis, specific signs of ureaplasmosis almost have: its symptoms are masked by the manifestation of other inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system.

Manifestations of ureaplasmosis in men

The most common symptoms of ureaplasmosis in men are clear, negligible discharge from the urethra, moderate pain and burning sensation when urinating. If amazed prostate gland, signs of prostatitis may appear.

Manifestations of ureaplasmosis in women

In women, the symptoms of ureaplasmosis are also usually labeled with mild transparent vaginal discharge, unpleasant sensations of burning and rash when urinating. In those cases, when ureaplasma caused inflammation of the uterus and appendages, different pain intensity in the lower abdomen is felt.

If the ureaplasma gets into the body during oral contact, ureaplasmosis may appear in the form of angina, with all its symptoms.

Usually the first symptoms of illness are not clear and can pass quickly. However, the disease does not cure at the same time - the ureaplasma remains on the walls of the organs of the genitourinary system, and under favorable conditions for them are activated. This is usually due to the weakening of immunity, caused by other diseases, stress, hypothermia, physical activity.

In men, ureaplasmosis leads to urethritis and prostatitis, that is inflammation of the prostate gland, which spreads to the testicle and seed bubbles, which often leads to infertility.

In women, ureaplasmosis can develop colpitis (inflammation of the vagina), cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), endometritis (inflammation of the uterus wall), pyelonephritis (inflammation of the kidneys). Often there are painful feelings during sexual contact.

Symptoms of ureaplasmosis

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