Medical Treatment for Male Mycoplasma Infection

Author: Dr. Lee
Time: 2011/6/10 17:12:59

Which medicine should be used for male mycoplasma infection treatment? Firstly, we need to understand pathogens and positive symptoms of male mycoplasma infection. The positive symptoms mainly reflect in genital system. Male mycoplasma infection probably causes nongonococcal urethritis, with the clinical symptoms as follows: urethra discomfort, burning or painful urination, itch urethra, urethral meatus inflammation, urethral secretion increase, urethral obstruction in early morning. Sometimes, patients who are only mycoplasma carriers have no clinical symptoms.

Male mycoplasma infection usually induces genital system diseases of orchitis and prostatitis, or even worse, male infertility. Therefore, mycoplasma infection needs immediate treatment once it is discovered. It is very important to understand how to treat the disease by medicine and how to cure it completely. Or, drug abuse could definitely add to the hardship of treatment.

Because mycoplasma has no cell wall, it is insensitive to western medicine of antibiotics, such as penicillin, which could affect cell wall synthesis. Antibiotics like erythrocin, tetracycline, kanamycin, streptomycin, Chloromycetin, could inhibit mycoplasma’s protein synthesis while acting on nucleoproteins. However, it has limited effect on inhibiting mycoplasma, cannot cure the disease completely nor produce antibody towards the disease. Thus, recurrence easily occurs. Only traditional Chinese medicine could make up the defects. TCM of “Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill” is the inevitable choice for treatment. It is produced by pure Chinese medicine that has no drug resistance towards mycoplasma, also possesses broad spectrum antibiotic utility. Mycoplasma infection’s positive symptoms lighten after one month’s treatment and totally eliminate in three months. Besides, biochemical test indicates mycoplasma positive turns negative.

Key words: chlamydia infection; mycoplasma; mycoplasma infection treatment