Non Specific Urethritis

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Non-Specific Urethritis

non-specific-urethritisNon-specific urethritis is considered to be an STI (sexually transmitted infection). Non-specific urethritis tends to appear after having intercourse, oral or anal sex with a partner that already has an STI.

Sexually transmitted infections are not the only causes of this infection. Using sexual objects (toys) that are inserted into the vagina or vigorous masturbation or friction can cause the urethra to become inflamed.

If the infection is left untreated in may lead to other medical complications or conditions. One of the biggest risks of not treating this infection is that it may lead to infertility.

How do the treatments work?

Antibiotics are the best way to treat non-specific urethritis infection. A course of antibiotics should clear the infection within 1-2 weeks. Azithromycin and Doxycycline are effective prescription medications available online to treat non-specific urethritis quickly.

Depending on the strain of the infection 1-2 tablets are taken daily for a minimum of 5 days. The doctor will be able to advise the correct dosage to clear the infection. If the infection is left untreated it can lead to infertility complications. It’s important to start treatment as soon as possible.

What is non-specific urethritis?

Non-specific urethritis affects the urethra. The urethra is the tube in the body that carries the urine out of the bladder. Non-specific urethritis is a medical condition can affect men and women.

The infection is usually diagnosed more in men and harder to diagnose in women. This may because women tend not to show any symptoms of the infection. Tests have shown that the majority of non-specific urethritis cases are caused by the STI, chlamydia.

Non-specific urethritis symptoms

  • Unusual cloudy discharge from the penis
  • Painful or burning feeling when urinating
  • Constant urge to pass urine
  • Irritation
  • Itchiness
  • Sore penis
  • Tenderness

How do I get tested for non-specific urethritis?

Being tested for non-specific urethritis is a simple procedure and nothing to be worried about. Health clinics or your doctor will take a swab, using a cotton wool tip to take a sample from the urethra. You will also be required to give a urine sample. If the test is positive for the infection it is wise to hold off any sexual contact with your partner until the infection has cleared. Make sure you advise your partner of the infection so they can also be treated.

How do I buy non-specific urethritis treatments?

All the prescription medications used to treat non-specific urethritis are available online. To purchase Azithromycin or Doxycycline you will need to fill out a consultation. This is a free process that only takes a few minutes of your time. The medication will be sent to you from the pharmacy following the doctors approval. Click the ‘Buy Now’ button on the desired medication page to take you through to the free consultation to start the ordering process.

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