Generally, the incubation period of chlamydia and mycoplasma is one to four weeks. Incubation period of the disease usually hints when symptoms occur. For instance, one to four weeks is the incubation period of chlamydia and mycoplasma infection, which is relatively longer; gonorrhoea is within a week.
However, incubation period of a non - gonococal disease is longer than that of a gonorrhoea. Commonly, it is two to three weeks that patients can feel apparent discomfort in urethra. Once patients feel that way, a complete inspection is required.
For men, symptoms of chlamydia and mycoplasma are more obvious. That is because the infection often occurs in women's reproductive tract and the cervix, at this time, the early primary symptom is leukorrhagia, which is a phenomenon can be confused with other local infections. As a result, they just take some anti-infective medicine instead of going to the hospital.
Dr.Lee alerts chlamydia and mycoplasma patients that antibiotic is not always the very medicine to cure chlamydia and mycoplasma infection. As a matter of fact, cytodermis the part that antibiotic can affect, while chlamydia includes no cytodermis, thus, chlamydia is not very sensitive to antibiotic.
Moreover, antibiotic such as erythromycin, tetracycline, kanamycin, streptomycin, chloramphenicol, which can act on RNA ribosome are able to inhibit or affect the mycoplasma protein synthesis but can not cure chlamydia completely. Since antibiotic treatment can't stimulate patients' antibody, it is easy to have a relapse.
However, herbal medicine can supply this gap. Therefore, diuretic and anti-inflammatory pill is a must for male chlamydia infection patients. It is made from pure herbs, which does not have resistance. One course of treatment can help patients relieve chlamydia or mycoplasma infection symptoms and three courses is enough to cure the disease.