On November 17, 2018, Mr. Zhang from Sichuan Province contacted us. He sent us a recent physical examination report, which showed that Mycoplasma hominis was positive. Mr. Zhang hoped that we could give him help. By looking at Mr. Zhang's liver function tests, we found that his bilirubin and transaminases were too high, so we told him that Mycoplasma was in our range of treatment, but he needed to properly regulate his liver function before we could give him medication.
Half a month later, Mr. Zhang sent us another report, which showed that his liver function indicators had been normal, so we started to help him. Through the previous communication, we learned that Mr. Zhang had symptoms of frequent urination, incomplete urination, urethral orifice swelling, scrotal moist, abdominal distension and pain, testicular discomfort and premature ejaculation, so we suggested that he could take a course of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill as treatment. Mr. Zhang had great trust in us and decided to take medicine. We gave Mr. Zhang some advice about diet during medication.
On December 12, Mr. Zhang received Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill and started his treatment. On December 27, he told us that his urination frequency was reduced, but he still had symptoms of abdominal pain, bloating and premature ejaculation. We told him that the improvment with herbal medicine treatment was a gradual process.
Generally, it takes about 3 or 4 courses of treatment to get a permanent cure. However, due to individual differences, there was a small distinction with good advance and a delay, so it was not necessary to him to worry.
On January 17, Mr. Zhang contacted us and said that the medicine had been finished, but the glans was still a little red and swollen, and he wanted to order another two courses of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pills. We asked him if he was aware of the food triggers. He said he had avoided irritating food during the medication, but after a course of pills, he ate chicken, so we advised him again that he should apply to the diet plan during the treatment.
On January 21, 2019, Mr. Zhang told us with excitement that he had no symptoms of discomfort, and had been reviewed with a test result of Mycoplasma negative. He asked us if the rest of the Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pills need to be finished, and we told him that it is better for him to finish and consolidate the curative effect, so the disease won't come back easily.