The symptoms of boys infected with chlamydia are urinary pain, urethral secretions and swelling of the urethra, and the swelling of the urethra.
1. P anal pain: It is often manifested as urethral discomfort, itching, tingling or burning sensation, and the symptoms are mild and severe. 2. Poor secretions and urethral swelling: It is often a slurry or mucoped pus, with a small amount of secretions. If you do not urinate for a long time or urinate for the first time in the morning, you can sometimes see the secretion, or you can see that the secretion overflows to the outer mouth to contaminate the underwear to become sticky, and you can also seal the urethral opening. 3. Urethral lipstick: If cystitis is concurrent, hematuria can occur. If epididymitis is complex, epididymia may become swollen, hard, and even prematurely aging. If the testicles are exhausted, testicular pain, tenderness, and even the thickening of the scrotum edema, and the vollar tubes can be thickened. The urinary tract infection caused by mycoplasma is contagious, and most of the patients are caused by unclean life. Routine urine examination shows that white blood cells in urine will increase. Urine secretions can be trained and medicinal test. Bacteria with urinary tract infection can be determined by culture, and appropriate antibiotics can be determined by medicinal sensitivity tests. When urinary tract infections, in addition to drug treatment, drink plenty of water and dilute, which helps recover as soon as possible. Chlamydia infection is common, and low resistance is common. The pathogen comes from the urethra. Rebellion infection does not necessarily spread through sexual life. The incubation period of mycoplasma infection is 1 to 3 weeks. Typical acute symptoms are similar to other non -gonococcal urogenic tract infections. The treatment of mycoplasma urinary tract infection is mainly drug treatment, including antibiotics such as tetracycline. Tetthian. There are polycin, Minonps, and tetracycline hydrochloride, which have the effects of inhibiting pathogenic transmission in the primary and human -shaped mycoplasma.
It is recommended that patients pay attention to personal hygiene and temporarily prohibit sexual life. Do not use external cleaner that may cause allergies. Secondly, pay attention to drink plenty of water, urinate frequently, eat less light food, eat less spicy and irritating food, and drink less. The light foods of high protein and high vitamins are the main. Finally, strengthen physical exercise, enhance physical fitness, take medicine on time, and regular medical examinations.