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Can Ngu Cauae Infertility
Yes possibly: Ngu can be caused by chlamydia, which is an infection that is very damaging to the female reproductives organs particularly. Chlamydia can also be silent in women, so they do not realize that they have an infection. The more infections then the larger the risk of infertility. Get prompt treatment and try to avoid any additional infections. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Urinalysis with or without urine culture with properly collected urine specimen is to confirm if one's voiding symptoms results from UTI, but usually NGU will not be tested except suspecting STD-related urethritis or vaginitis. But foremost is clinical history + professional alertness which lead to timely testing. More? Seek professional evaluation and counseling to lessen confusion & ease anxiety ...Read more
NGU is an STD: That is, unless proven otherwise. This is a common term for a post sexual encounter symptom of infection. In many case ngu is short hand for chlamydia. A good, public health minded health care provider would treat you for both chlamydia and gonorrhea just to be sure. All of your sexual partners should also be told that they may have been exposed so that they can be tested and /or treated. ...Read more
Took generic azitro didnt work. Now taking real doxy for persistent NGU. Mild improvement day 5/10. Should I take real azitro again? Or wait for doxy?
I was recently diagnosed with ngu and it spread to my prostate. Is there anything i can do at home to get rid of or help my situation?
See a doctor: If by "at home, " you mean can you self-treat, the answer is no. Who ever diagnosed ngu can prescribe antibiotics. ...Read more
I had ngu frm oral sex. No discharge. Chl and gon neg. Me and wife took doxy 1 wk and I took 1g aizthrmycin. Negative swab 3wks after. Wife at risk?
Probably all is well: If no discharge, probably not NGU, for which discharge is the main symptom -- not painful urination, pelvic pain, etc without discharge. And NGU due to oral bacteria probably is harmless for partners. To be safe, it was OK to treat your wife, but likely unnecessary. In any case, at this point and with negative swab tests, you can safely assume no continuing infection and no danger to your wife. ...Read more
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