Inflamed Urethra?


An inflamed urethra is a condition known as urethritis. It can be caused by a sexually transmitted disease or by chemical irritants like perfumed feminine hygiene products, bubble baths, soap, sanitary napkins, and spermicidal jellies and foams. Urethritis can occasionally be caused by an injury. However, sexually transmitted diseases are the most common causes. Treatment for urethritis will depend on the cause. If it is caused by a bacterial infection, antibiotics are normally given. If it is caused by a fungal infection, then anti-fungal drugs are usually given.
Q&A Related to "Inflamed Urethra?"
If it burns you have an infection and need to have a test to check your urine. No matter your other problems you need antibiotics they can inject them if they must. Burning usually
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