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What is Mycoplasmosis?

Description of the disease

Mycoplasmosis is an infectious disease caused by microorganisms called mycoplasmas. These microorganisms are bacteria belonging to the class of mycoplasmas. They can cause various diseases in humans, such as pneumonia, urethritis, cervicitis, and others.


Mycoplasmosis is classified depending on the type of disease it causes. Some can be sexually transmitted, while others are transmitted through airborne droplets.


Symptoms of mycoplasmosis may vary depending on the type of disease, but they usually include cough, discharge from the urethra or vagina, chest pain, and burning during urination.


Mycoplasmosis is caused by mycoplasma bacteria, which are transmitted from person to person through contact or sexual transmission.


Diagnostics of mycoplasmosis usually involves smear analysis and laboratory tests to detect the presence of antibodies to mycoplasma bacteria.


Treatment of mycoplasmosis usually involves taking antibiotics prescribed by a doctor. Antiviral drugs and symptomatic treatment may also be used.


Prevention of mycoplasmosis includes using condoms during sexual intercourse, observing personal hygiene rules, and avoiding close contact with infected individuals.


For the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mycoplasmosis, it is necessary to consult an infectious disease specialist or a urologist/gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.