NGU Treatment (Nongonococcal Urethritis Treatment)
NGU or nongonococcal urethritis, as well as genital, urinary and reproductive infections, are treated by infection specialists in our clinic with alternative and non-surgical approach.
Treatment for NGU (Nongonococcal Urethritis)
List of NGU and its infections are nongonococcal urethritis, urinary tract infection, UTI, urine infection, UTI infection, vagina infection, vaginitis, vaginosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, PID, cervicitis, salpingitis, endometritis, oophoritis, prostatitis, epididymitis.
New NGU Treatment
Specialized treatments for NGU are urethra perfusion treatment, vagina perfusion treatment. For infections caused by nongonococcal urethritis, injection treatment is applied in the specific organ for salpingitis (fallopian tube infection), blocked fallopian tube, oophoritis (ovarian infection), blocked ovaries, ovarian cysts and abscess, cervicitis (cervix infection), endometritis (uterus infection), prostatitis (prostate infection), epididymitis (epididymis infection).
Urethra Perfusion Treatment for NGU (nongonococcal urethritis)
After confirmed that symptoms of NGU are present, urethra perfusion treatment is administered with medicine solution mixed with western and herbal medicine perfused to the urethra through the penis (for men) or urethral opening (for women). Medicine stays in the urethra for a few hours and eradicate bacteria infections there.
Direct Treatment Approach
This direct approach is very different from the traditional oral antibiotic treatment that it is a fast, aggressive and safe alternative treatment for nongonococcal urethritis.
Features of urethra perfusion treatment for NGU
*Comprehensive and Thorough NGU Treatment
NGU treatment with urethra perfusion aims at treating chronic and stubborn non gonococcal urethritis. NGU caused by sexual contacts or sexually transmitted disease may have other infections such as PID, pelvic inflammatory disease, cervicitis, salpingitis, oophoritis, vagina infection, vaginosis, vaginitis, epididymitis, prostatitis. Oral treatment has poor efficacy treating nongonococcal urethritis and persisting NGU will cause men and women vagina infection, vaginitis, vaginosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, PID, cervicitis, salpingitis, endometritis, oophoritis, prostatitis, epididymitis. Therefore a a comprehensive and thorough treatment system is needed to tackle NGU and its related diseases from all direction. An array of alternative treatments are readily available for various NGU conditions, for instance, urethra perfusion treatment (urethritis), bladder perfusion treatment (cystitis), vagina perfusion treatment (vaginitis), fallopian tube injection treatment (salpingitis), ovary injection treatment (oophoritis), uterus injection treatment (endometritis), prostate injection treatment (prostatitis), seminal vesicles injection treatment (vesiculitis), epididymis injection treatment (epididymitis) and vas deferens injection treatment (deferentitis), throat injection treatment (pharyngitis), nasal injection treatment (rhinitis).
*Localized NGU Treatment for Nongonococcal Urethritis
The NGU treatment with urethra perfusion is a localized treatment which is a fast and target oriented remedy. Medicine is perfused to the urethra directly without the slow absorption process of the digestive system and blood stream. Medicine is locked and fully used in infected urethra. This locking mechanism allows a hundred percent medicine usage and maximum potency, therefore the efficacy on NGU is highly efficient. In comparison, common oral treatment has poor performance against NGU when medicine is partially lost in digestive system and blood stream absorption process. Even worse, medicine is evenly distributed to various parts of the body and not concentrated to the urethra to fight NGU, dosage is significantly lost, resulting in poor cure rate and high frequency of recurrence of NGU infection.
*Chinese Herbal Medicine for NGU Cysts, Blockage and Obstruction
Apart from infection, NGU may have a lot of troublesome complications if infection persists. Cysts, calcifications, abscess, lumps, blockage and obstruction in the urethra, vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, prostate, vas deferens and epididymis are the common symptoms which cannot be cured with oral treatment and is the major reason for NGU recurrences. NGU treatment with urethra perfusion contains a Chinese herbal medicine formula that softens, dissolves and clear these symptoms. It helps prevent recurrence that is common in nongonococcal urethritis.
*Effective NGU Treatment for Recurrent, Stubborn Nongonococcal Urethritis
NGU treatment with urethra perfusion aims at curing NGU that is resistant and recurrent, and chronic NGU related with sexually transmitted disease. Since many cases of nongonococcal urethritis end up with incomplete cure, the NGU treatment is a very useful alternative treatment for these kind of severe NGU as the direct approach enables medicine to eradicate pathogens completely and effectively. In severe NGU cases with vaginitis, vaginal infection, vaginosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, prostatitis and epididymitis, the NGU treatments with urethra perfusion and injection are the only treatment option for these complicated NGU infections.
*Minimal Side Effects of NGU Treatment
NGU treatment with urethra perfusion remedy and injection remedy is a safe treatment with minimal side effects. The NGU treatment is a localized treatment with medicine penetrating to the urethra through penis (men) or urethral opening (women). The NGU treatment causes no damage to the digestive system and the blood stream. In comparison, oral treatment is a systemic treatment that medicine is absorbed by the digestive system and the blood stream, causing a lot of side effects. The worse side effect of oral treatment is its suppression on our immune system that hinders the production of white blood cells. In fact, NGU treatment for nongonococcal urethritis is a safer treatment than oral treatment.
NGU (nongonococcal urethritis) and related genital, urinary and reproductive infections are the specialty of our clinic. With NGU treatments with urethra perfusion, injection and Chinese herbal medicine formula, our experienced doctors have treated and cured various NGU and complications. Many of these NGU cases are diagnosed as incurable or abandoned by western doctors.
*A Comprehensive Clinic for Genital, Urinary and Reproductive Infections
Our clinic has spent more than twenty years focusing on solely treating infections of a tiny area of urology, that is genital, urinary and reproductive infections. Our clinic has researched and formulated various alternative treatment protocols for these infection conditions. The specialized treatments treat and cure the following conditions: NGU (nongonococcal urethritis), NSU (nonspecific Urethritis), urethritis, urinary tract infection, UTI, urine infection, bladder infection, cystitis, vaginitis, vaginosis, vaginal infection, pelvic inflammatory disease, PID, prostatitis, epididymitis, epididymal cysts, etc. In addition, herbal medicine formula is used to soften and dissolve blocked fallopian tubes, ovarian abscess and cysts, vaginal cysts and cervical erosion. These symptoms are caused by cysts, blockage, obstruction, lumps, calcifications, abscess and fibrosis produced during chronic infection stage.
*An Exclusive Clinic for NGU Blockage, Cysts, Obstruction, Calculus, Lumps and Abscess
Chronic or recurrent NGU will develop a variety of symptoms other than infection. Cysts, blockage, lumps, fibrosis, calcifications, and obstruction are the common symptoms in chronic nongonococcal urethritis. Disappointingly, treating NGU with the above symptoms are still unsatisfactory with modern medical science. Surgery seems to be the only treatment option by western doctors even though the risk is high. With the introduction of natural and non-surgical approach, NGU treatment with urethra perfusion and injection is a much better substitute for surgery. Herbal medicine ingredient injected or perfused to the urethra, vagina, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, prostate and epididymis penetrates into the cysts, calcifications and abscess to dissolve them and unblock the tubes and canals.
*Specialized Laboratory Facility for NGU (Nongonococcal Urethritis)
Correct diagnosis and effective treatment on NGU depends on accuracy of medical lab tests. Our laboratory facility specializes in testing and accurate identification of stealthy pathogens in genital, urinary and reproductive infections. The lab uses vagina discharge, urethra discharge, prostate fluid and semen for testing. The scope of laboratory test for NGU must be broad enough to include all common and rare pathogens, such as viral infections (herpes simplex virus), parasite infections (trichomonas), yeast infections (candida), Chlamydia infection, Mycoplasma infection, Ureaplasma infection, etc. In comparison, other hospitals and clinics provide only standardized tests and testing procedures for all kinds of infections without regard to the nature of each infection. It is not a surprise that insensitive lab tests such as urine test is frequently used for NGU infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and prostatitis in these hospitals. Furthermore, testing culture is not sensitive in most laboratories in United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, France and United Kingdom, causing a lot of misdiagnosis and mistreatment.
NGU Treatment for Men and Women
The NGU treatment is suitable for the following conditions:
Recurrent nongonococcal urethritis that infection keeps coming back after oral antibiotic treatment is stopped.
Stubborn nongonococcal urethritis that infection does not react to rounds of oral antibiotic treatment, and symptoms persist.
Nongonococcal urethritis NGU that has persisted for over three months and infection has become chronic.
Nongonococcal urethritis NGU caused by sexual intercourse or STDs, and STD infections are usually stronger and resistant.
Nongonococcal urethritis NGU caused by mixed infections, and oral treatment is not enough to cure.
NGU with prostatitis or prostate infection (men)
NGU with Cystitis or bladder infection
NGU with vagina infection (women)
NGU with pelvic inflammatory disease (women)
NGU with obstruction, blockage, cysts, lumps and abscess
Suggestions for Getting NGU Treatment
It is suggested to get NGU treatment as soon as possible as the infection may spread to other organs causing a series of genital, urinary and reproductive infections.
Surgery is not recommended as our NGU treatments with urethra perfusion and injection are able to cure nongonococcal urethritis and related infections.
Collect urine daily and observe deposit and color is a good indicator for the condition of NGU. Milky or cloudy urine indicates the formation of obstruction in rear urethra.