Gonococcal Urethritis (Mucositis) and Non-Gonococcal Urethritis (Mucositis).

Mucosa and leucorrhea are transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person. They may occur with a white or yellowish fluid from the vagina or penis and burning during urination. Some women have no symptoms. This makes it difficult to detect the disease. Without treatment, infections can cause inflammatory pelvic disease in women and epididymitis in men. Both diseases can cause sterilization.

For these reasons, early diagnosis and treatment is important. Antibiotics can cure both mucosa and leukemia. Partners should also receive the same treatment. It should be emphasized that the above diseases are being treated with great success today.