What Kind of Medicine Should be Taken for Mycoplasma Infection

Author: Dr. Lee
Time: 2011/6/11 16:29:42

What kind of medicine should take for mycoplasma infection? The cause of mycoplasma infection is very simple. It is human body infected by mycoplasma, but not all people with mycoplasma would have positive symptoms of mycoplasma infection. Disease of some people caused by mycoplasma infection is due to their own decreased resistance.

Usually, patients would take antibiotic for treatment first when positive symptoms appear; however, mycoplasma has no cell wall, so it’s not so useful for antibiotic, such as penicillin, which can affect cell wall synthesis; antibiotics acting on ribosome such as erythromycin, tetracycline, kanamycin, streptomycin, chloromycetin, etc., can inhibit or affect protein synthesis of mycoplasma with the effect on inhibiting mycoplasma, but they cannot cure mycoplasma infection radically and make organism produce immune antibody, so mycoplasma infection would be easily repeated. Chinese medicine treatment can remedy these disadvantages at present.

The common symptoms of mycoplasma infection are urgent and frequent urinate, sense of vaginal fall, etc. Both "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" and "Fuyan Pill" are made of Chinese medicine with the effects of inducing diuresis for treating stranguria, promoting blood circulation and dissolving stasis and clearing away heat and toxic material. The use of alexipharmac can achieve the effect of Western medicine, broad-spectrum antibiotic and the advantage of Chinese medicine is not being resistant to drugs. "Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" and "Fuyan Pill" can kill a variety of bacteria, viruses, pathogens within about 3 months as well as make mycoplasma infection be negative from positive to achieve the purpose of complete treatment.

The modified Chinese medicine handed down from ancient times can relieve grief for mycoplasma with unique advantage!

"Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill" and "Fuyan Pill" can cure mycoplasma infection and make it be negative in 3 months!

Key words: mycoplasma infection; mycoplasma positive; mycoplasma gentialium; ureaplasma urealyticum