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How Many People Get Non Gonococcal Urethritis In One Year
If I am clean and my wife is clean, how come i got a possitive ngu (non-gonococcal urethritis)result while she is negative when we have a check up?
Past experience: Either one of you got it from someone. May have had intervening treatment. ...Read more
Lab test and result: Gram stain is applied with an eye dropper to a slide and taken up by the bacterial. It affects the way bacteria present in concentrated urine appears under the microscope. Non gonococcal urithritis is a type of urinary tract infection caused by a bacteria other than gonococcus. (e coli for example as seen in the photo i posted). ...Read more
If I have non gonoccocal urethritis. But I am experiencing no pain or discomfort at all and The meatus is only swollen. Does that mean no infection?
Non-GC Urethritis: Well, the question is what was ur symptoms when u presented to the doctor who diagnosed you? Non-GC Urethritis means an infection of Urethra with an organism rather than GC like Chlamydia, Uroplasma, Mycoplasma, some virus and also Trichomona, did you receive treatment with Azithromycin and Doxycycline? If you did absence of symptoms might need response to treatment, otherwise non-GC Urethritis ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got urethritis last year and since keep STD testing. Neg for gon/chlam 5x! 3 Swab, 2 Urine. Any possible chance I could STILL have them? If so, how?
Stop Testing: If your physician has not prophylactically treated you with Azithromycin and A shot of Ceftriaxone regardless of the test results you need a new physician. Any public health oriented or STD expert will remind you that these tests can be falsely negative. Any sexually active male with these symptoms needs to be treated. ...Read more
On and off urethritis for a year. No infection or stritcure. I have a few beers daily & coffee. Can alcohol iritate the urethra/bladder? Thank you.
Urethritis: Alcohol, spicy foods, etc do not cause urethritis or its symptoms, like urethral discharge. That there is "no infection" is inconsistent with urethritis: Urethritis IS an infection of the urethra. If true urethritis, you probably need antibiotic treatment. But perhaps prostatitis? Assuming no gonorrhea, all true urethritis (nongonoccal urethritis, NGU) is an STD. Follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Will Amoxicillin treat Non-Specific Urethritis? How many do i take in a day? For how many days? What steps should i take to get cured? What to avoid?
Amox not choice: I'm not familiar with treating NGU with amoxicillin but instead use azithromycin or doxycycline. BTW, Is your amoxicillin some pills left over from a previous illness? Please don't do that, since it is a big factor in causing the antibiotic resistance epidemic we're now seeing. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Recovering from an illness usually denotes the disappearance of symptoms. For most persons, the urethritis-related symptoms such as urethral discharge and dysuria will fade to disappear in 3-5 days if the bug is sensitive to antibiotics used. But, for few - very few, slight stinging at urination may linger for weeks and even months. So, for more individual detail, ask Doc timely. ...Read more