Definition and causes
Infection of the urethra in men are due usually sexually transmitted bacteria such as chlamydia and gonorrhea, and non-bacterial sexually transmitted diseases as herpes (virus), which can give urinrørsbetændelse. Women can get chronic urinrørsbetændelse because of irritation to the urethral-mucous membranes, which can occur when intercourse.
Symptoms of urinrørsbetændelse in men
The typical symptoms are pain and stinging when passing urine, and possibly. sædafgang, often described as "the pee Cullet". There may be frequent water and discharge of mucus or pus from urinrørsåbningen (may be only symptoms). The symptoms can resemble blærebetændelse.
The disease is not dangerous in itself, but you should consult a doctor to clarify why urinrørsbetændelsen.
Treatment of urinrørsbetændelse in men
Treatment depends on the cause, which are typically found in urine samples and possibly. grafting from the urethra. Chlamydia and gonorrhea treated with antibiotics. Grundig personal hygiene and urinate immediately after intercourse can reduce the amount of bacteria in the urethra. Using a condom is the surest prevention against sexually transmitted diseases (Read more in Sex and cohabitation.
Preventing urinrørsbetændelse in men
Get noticed a sexually transmitted disease, it is important to inform his (e) partner (s), so he can be tested and treated, since several of these diseases untreated can lead to sterility.