How long does urethral irritation last?
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Simply so, how long does urethritis last?
Even without treatment, the symptoms of gonococcal and nongonococcal urethritis usually go away within three months. However, people continue to remain infectious, and spread the bacteria to others even when they have no symptoms.
Secondly, how do you treat an inflamed urethra? Some common treatments for urethritis include:
- azithromycin, an antibiotic, typically taken as a one time dose.
- doxycycline, an oral antibiotic that is typically taken twice a day for seven days.
- erythromycin, an antibiotic that can be administered orally, four times a day for seven days.
People also ask, what does an inflamed urethra feel like?
Urethritis occurs when the urethra is inflamed (red and swollen). This is the tube that passes urine from the bladder to outside the body. The urethra can become swollen and cause burning pain when you urinate. It can cause pain in the abdomen or pelvis.
Does urethral syndrome go away?
Urethritis usually develops because of a bacteria or virus, but urethral syndrome often has no clear cause.