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Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma are tiny organisms that live inside your body and generally
cause symptoms at all. However, stress, fatigue and a number of other causes can
cause an imbalance which means the bacteria multiply rapidly, leading to an inflammation
of the urethra. This is known as Non-
People may have no symptoms at all, but where symptoms are apparent, they are entirely similar to those of urethritis; pain or a burning sensation upon urination (dysuria), a white/cloudy discharge and a feeling that you need to pass urine frequently. Indeed both bacteria can lead to urethritis and possibly pelvic inflammatory disease.
Ureaplasma and Mycoplasma are detected through a straightforward urine test, and treatment is through antibiotics.
The information provided is intended only as a general guide to provide an overview of the condition. It must not be relied upon for any medical purpose.
Symptoms can vary a great deal from person to person, and the symptoms for various conditions can be identical.
We therefore advise strongly against any self-
The identification and treatment of any condition should be conducted only by a medical professional after due consultation.