Compared with Mycoplasma hominis ( How to treat mycoplasma hominis infection in women?
), Ureaplasma urealyticum has no hard cell wall, can proliferate in bacteria-free culture, and can produce urea-decomposing enzymes to decompose urea. Mycoplasma hominis is relatively weak in resistance to the external environment and only found in humans.
Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasma urealyticum are both pathogens causing urinary tract infections. They do not have much essential difference except the slightly different pathogenic microorganisms.
Both pathogenic microorganisms may increase the risk of miscarriage and fetal infection after pregnancy. So patients must be treated as timely as possible.
Ms. Zhang, from Chongqing, had not been aware of how Ureaplasma urealyticum (How to Treat Ureaplasma Urealyticum Cheaply and Effectively?
) and Mycoplasma hominis infection could affect her life before the symptoms of frequent urination, urgency, urinary retention, burning, vaginal dryness, prolong menstrual period, short cycle and so on appeared, then she panicked to look for an effective treatment.
She came to us by her friend's recommendation. We inquired about Ms. Zhang's specific condition and learned that her urinary system had been infected, so we suggested that she could take Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, a TCM formula which is a natural remedy. We told her we would come up with corresponding solutions according to her symptoms when the urination resumed to normal.
After taking one course of Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
, Ms. Zhang's symptoms had almost all gone away. She went to the hospital for a review, and the report showed that everything was normal.
The following is Ms. Zhang's report on Mycoplasma-negative transformation: