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What is Ureaplasmosis?

Description of the disease

Ureaplasmosis is an infectious disease caused by microorganisms from the genus Ureaplasma. It most commonly affects the urogenital system, causing cystitis, urethritis, inflammation of the appendages in women, prostatitis and urethritis in men.


  • Ureaplasma parvum
  • Ureaplasma urealyticum


  • In women: lower abdominal pain, painful urination, vaginal discharge, itching in the genital area.
  • In men: redness and swelling of the urethra, itching, burning during urination.


The infection is transmitted sexually, and vertical transmission from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth is also possible. Risk factors include unprotected sexual contact, multiple sexual partners, as well as disruption of the vaginal microflora.


To establish a diagnosis, laboratory tests such as smears for flora and PCR for identifying the DNA of the pathogen are conducted.


Treatment of ureaplasmosis involves taking antibiotics, and treatment of sexual partners is also recommended.


  • Use of condoms
  • Having a monogamous sexual partner
  • Maintaining hygiene of the genital organs


Urologist, gynecologist.

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