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What is Urethritis?

Description of the disease

Urethritis is an inflammatory condition of the urethra that can occur in both men and women. It is most often caused by infection and can have acute or chronic forms.


  • Acute urethritis
  • Chronic urethritis


Symptoms of urethritis may include painful urination, itching and burning in the urethra, urethral discharge, frequent urination, lower abdominal pain, and others.


The main cause of urethritis is infection, often caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites. Infection can be transmitted sexually or through the use of contaminated objects.


To diagnose urethritis, a doctor may conduct a physical examination, urine analysis, urethral swabs, and infection screening.


Treatment of urethritis depends on its cause and may include taking antibiotics, antiviral or antifungal drugs, as well as symptomatic therapy.


Prevention of urethritis includes observing personal hygiene rules, using condoms, treating and preventing other venereal diseases, and promptly seeking medical attention when symptoms occur.


For the diagnosis and treatment of urethritis, it is necessary to consult a urologist, gynecologist, or venereologist.

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