Urethritis is the inflammation of the urethra, often due to a bacterial infection that most likely was transmitted sexually, but can also be a result of improper or even excessive genital hygiene.

Proper genital and anal hygiene should be stressed. This includes avoiding the use of vaginal deodorant sprays and proper wiping after urination and bowel movements. Sexual intercourse should be avoided until urethritis is treated.
  • Symptoms
  • Strange liquid coming out of urethra

    • Whitish brown, White with a touch of blood, Whitish yellow, Whitish green


    Pain discomfort or burning when urinating


    Frequent urination

    Itchy skin

    • At genital

  • Risk factors
  • Multiple sexual partners

    or History of Sexually Transmitted Infections

    or Recent sex

    • Without any kind of infection control

    Recent medical urethral instrumentation

    Vaginal douching

  • Treatment
  • Urethritis is typically treated with antibiotics.
  • Recommended specialist
  • If you have Urethritis, then a visit to a urologist is highly recommended.

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