STI Ureaplasma urealyticum
Ureaplasma urealyticum is a sexually transmitted microorganism and is the main cause of urethritis worldwide.
It is considered as a causative agent of gynecological disease that can even seriously affect the fetus. Can lead to invasive disease (bacteremia)
Form of infection:
These bacteria are transmitted by direct sexual contact through genital-genital and oral-genital contact.
Approximately 30% of men and 40-75% of women have no symptoms, so medical and laboratory check-ups are important.
- Men: Inflammation of the prostate, urethra, recurrent urinary tract infections, urethral discharge and pain when urinating.
- Women. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, bacterial vaginosis, recurrent urinary tract infections, pelvic pain, infertility and ectopic pregnancies.
At Bioclinic Laboratories, the PCR test is performed from urine by highly trained personnel, with the highest quality standards.
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