Non-Gonoccocal Urethritis does not have to be embarassing – Non-Gonoccocal Urethritis (NGU) can be effectively treated using appropriately chosen medications.
Urethritis (inflammation of the urethra) is a disease transmitted mainly sexually. The disease is also know as NGU or Non-Gonococcal Urethritis. The disease is diagnosed mainly in men, but the infection can also be present in women. Chlamydia trachomatis is the disease’s etiologic factor, causing almost 50% of NGU cases. The disease may also be caused by different bacteria, such as Ureaplasma urealyticum, Mycoplasma genitalium and Trichomonas vaginalis. Other risk factors include Candida albicans, herpes virus, bacteria, narrowing of the urethra, lesions and foreign bodies (i.e. a catheter).
Similar to majority of other diseases, lack of proper treatment in case of NGU can lead to serious health consequences, including infertility. The treatment of NGU is conducted with use of antibiotics such as Azithromycin and Doxycycline which can be bought with full confidence through our website.
Azithromycin is a very efficient antibiotic used in treatment of chlamydia, gonorrhoea, in cases of urethral infections, ureaplasma urealyticum and mycoplasma genitalium. Azithromycin contains ingredients which can completely eliminate an infection even in less than three days.
Doxycycline is an antibiotic with a broad spectrum of use, prescribed in many types of infections, such as chlamydia, ureaplasma urealyticum and urethral inflammation. Doxycyclin is usually recommended in lower doses than other antibiotics of similar action. This contributes to the fact that it is tolerated by patients who normally have difficulties with other stronger medications used for treating the same conditions. Antibiotic allows an efficient and fast treatment with a minimal probability of side effects.
What are the causes of urethritis (NGU)?
Urethritis is mostly caused by bacteria which penetrate into urethra from its direct vicinity – very often during sexual activities. NGU-causing bacteria include:
- Escherichia coli and other fecal bacteria
- Gonococci – Neisseria gonorrhoeae – a sexually-transmitted bacteria which causes gonorrhoea
- Chlamydia trachomatis – a sexually-transmitted bacteria which causes a number of diseases depending on its serotype
Aside from the factors listed above, NGU can also occur after catheterizing, examination with use of medical tools or as a result of mechanical damage.
What are the symptoms of NGU?
The majority of people may find it shocking to be diagnosed with NGU, because the disease often develops without any symptoms. However, when NGU’s symptoms do occur, there are most often associated with painful urination (disuria).
The disease may be indicated by:
- frequent needs of sudden urination
- difficulties in the beginning of urination
- in case of difficulties with urination, there may occur accompanying symptoms, such as itching, pain and discomfort
Additional symptoms include:
- pain experienced during sexual intercourse
- excretion from urethra and vagina
- in case of men: blood occuring in semen or urine
What are the possible consequences of NGU?
Untreated NGU may lead to serious health problems. Because of that, it is especially important to react and not allow the infection to develop. NGU spreads mostly through unprotected sex and that is why it is recommended to undergo sexually transmitted diseases tests with every case of unprotected sex. One should be always aware that NGU may develop asymptomatically.
In case of men, untreated NGU is associated with a risk of decreased fertility and inflammation of the testicles, whereas in case of women it may lead to inflammation of the minor pelvis’ organs and in long-term – infertility or extrauterine pregnancy.
In both sexes untreated NGU may lead to chronic urethritis and also Reiter’s Syndrome.
How does the NGU treatment look like?
The use of Azithromycin antibiotic is one of the best methods of NGU treatment. The treatment consists of taking six 250 mg pills over the course of five days – two pills on the first day and one pill per day on the remainder of days.
The NGU treatment includes simultaneous treatment of sexual partners which are told to limit their sexual contacts during the therapy, until they fully recover.
It is usully recommended for the NGU therapy to include:
- Doxycycline – 2x 100 mg over the course of 7 days
- Azithromycin – one-time 1 g dose
An alternative treatment consists of administering 2×500 mg doses of Erythromycin over the course of 14 days.
Treatment of urethritis caused by Trichomonas vaginalis includes using a one-time 2 g dose of Metronidazole.
Can you buy medications for NGU treatment online?
The medications used for treating NGU can be bough on the Internet through our website. NGU pills are prescription-only, so it is necessary to fill out a medical consultation form upon ordering. The form is a base for prescribing the drug. Through analysis of data found in the form, a physician will be able to diagnose a disease and recommend a therapy that will be safe for patient. The ordering process is very simple and completely confidential. Prepared prescriptions are sent to a specified address using courier services within 24-48 hours.