Mycoplasmosis is a sexually transmitted infection of the genitourinary tract. Its causative agent is the bacterium Mycoplasma. In men, this disease is localized in the urethra, as well as in the foreskin. Against its background, the likelihood of other diseases such as cystitis, prostatitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis increases.
Treatment of the disease should be carried out comprehensively and strictly individually. The main approach to the treatment of mycoplasmosis is that the patient takes special antibiotics. They are assigned to each patient individually, because mycoplasmas have a certain resistance to certain groups of similar drugs.
Treatment of mycoplasma in men is carried out using local procedures, vitamin therapy, drugs that stimulate the body's resistance, immunomodulators, physiotherapy, enzymes, as well as means of preventing side effects from antibiotics.
As a drug that increases immunity, use candles "Immuntil". This is a combination drug for the treatment of decreased immunity, treatment of bacterial and viral infections. It has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulates the processes of regeneration, as well as hematopoiesis, restores immunological reactivity, and improves the processes of cellular metabolism.
Also, for the treatment of mycoplasma, men are prescribed the use of food additives, dietary supplements. Among dietary supplements, the drug "Una de Gato" ("Cat's Claw") is widely used. It has an effective and powerful effect on the protective function of the whole organism, has antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal and anti-inflammatory effects.
In the treatment of mycoplasma, special physiotherapy techniques are used. Depending on the irradiation technology, labile and stable laser therapy methods are distinguished. Stable is carried out without moving the emitter located in a fixed position throughout the entire procedure.
In turn, with the labile technique, the emitter is moved arbitrarily along the fields into which the irradiated zone is divided. A transurethral effect is applied, aimed at the urethra with a special urethral nozzle.