Mycoplasma examination is an examination method to check whether the human body is infected by mycoplasma and provide a basis for clinical diagnosis and treatment of patients with mycoplasma infection. Mycoplasma can only adhere to receptors on the surface of epithelial cells in the respiratory or genitourinary tract without entering tissues and blood.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: urinary examination classification: biochemical examination

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
Under normal circumstances, no infection with mycoplasma is negative.

Positive:
Positive in mycoplasma infection, can be seen in non-gonococcal urethritis.

Tips: Actively cooperate with the doctor, if you need to actively treat after diagnosis, so as not to cause great harm to the reproductive health system. Normal value

Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay: negative.

Clinical significance

Clinical significance

Positive, seen in mycoplasma infection, can be seen in non-gonococcal urethritis, accompanied by symptoms may be urine yellow, urethral red, urinary frequency, urinary incontinence, urethral pain, burning sensation, urine drip.

Positive results may be diseases: Ureaplasma urealyticum infection, urethral syndrome, bronchial pneumonia in children

Taboo before inspection:

1. Actively plan your body. Actively exercising and strengthening the body's resistance can reduce the infection of mycoplasma chlamydia and the normal life of the parasitic body.

2, talk about hygiene to avoid cross-infection. Develop good hygiene habits, and pay attention to unclean sexual intercourse and other infections.

Requirements for inspection:

Actively cooperate with doctors, if you need to actively treat after diagnosis, so as not to cause great harm to the reproductive health system.

Inspection process

Diagnosis of mycoplasma infections, as well as diagnosis of chlamydial infections, must be laboratory tested and cannot be diagnosed solely on the basis of symptoms. Current methods for diagnosing mycoplasma infection are culture and serological tests.

1. Mycoplasma culture

The males of the specimens are about 0.5 cm or more in the urethra. Women advocate cervical cotton swabs instead of urine. The culture and identification of mycoplasma is the only way to diagnose mycoplasma infection. Each medium was labeled with phenol red, and Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasma turned the medium into pink.

2, mycoplasma serological identification

In 1984, a small amount of enzyme-labeled immunoassay was used to detect eight serotype antibodies of mycoplasma. This is helpful in diagnosing which mycoplasma serotype infection the patient has.

Not suitable for the crowd

Inappropriate people: Generally there are no people who are not suitable.

Adverse reactions and risks

Generally, this examination does not have too many adverse reactions and does not have much influence on the body.