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369 Possible Causes for Bacteria, Perineal Pain

  • Vaginitis

    The aim of this review was to report on the aerobic bacteria most prevalent in AV and to provide evidence of the threat of untreated AV on pregnancy outcomes.[] […] area, mainly due to an excess of immune cells dysuria, which is pain or discomfort when urinating painful sexual intercourse, known as dyspareunia foul or fishy vaginal odor[] […] area vaginal discharge foul vaginal odor pain/irritation with sexual intercourse Complications [ edit ] Vaginal infections left untreated can lead to further complications[]

  • Cystitis

    The first challenge the bacteria face is getting up the urinary tract in the first place.[] (abdominal, urethral, vaginal or perineal).[] Some patients feel pain in other areas in addition to the bladder, such as the urethra, lower abdomen, lower back, or the pelvic or perineal area (in women, behind the vagina[]

  • Chronic Prostatitis

    Localization of uropathogenic bacteria in EPS, VB3 and/or semen was similar in men with CP/CPPS (8.0%) and asymptomatic men (8.3%).[] Perineal pain Lower Abdominal Pain Scrotal Pain Pain in penis Pain in inner thighs Absent Symptoms (Contrast with Acute Prostatitis ) Systemic symptoms rare Obstructive urinary[] A lack of effect is not necessarily caused by resistant bacteria.[]

  • Acute Prostatitis

    Since bacteria causing the prostatitis is easily recoverable from the urine, prostate massage is not required to make the diagnosis.[] Clinical findings Pain at the base of the penis, perineal and perianal, urgency, burning with urination, fever, malaise, penile discharge; other findings include chills, painful[] In one report, of 600 men diagnosed with prostatitis, 5% had bacterial prostatitis, 64% had nonbacterial prostatitis, and 31% had pelvic-perineal pain syndrome or prostatodynia[]

  • Urethritis

    The quantity of bacteria did not differ between cases and controls.[] […] and scrotal pain referred to both lower limbs intermittently predominantly during and after micturition-simulating features of bilateral intermittent testicular torsion.[] Providers should be alert to the possible diagnosis of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome in men experiencing persistent perineal, penile, or pelvic pain or[]

  • Balanoposthitis

    Microbes involved in balanoposthitis have been investigated, but no single study has covered the growth of both bacteria, Candida and Malassezia.[] Meanwhile, when bacteria crowds the foreskin, the skin too can become inflamed.[] Our data indicate that balanoposthitis may have a polymicrobial and synergistic etiology involving G. vaginalis and anaerobic bacteria in the male lower genital tract; such[]

  • Male Gonorrhea

    However, without treatment, the bacteria that cause NGU can stay in the urethra. This means that even if symptoms clear, you can still have an infection.[] Or the throat glands can swell, due to the action of these bacteria.[] Like all bacteria, N. gonorrhoeae will eventually develop resistance to antibiotics.[]

  • Gonococcal Proctitis

    The sample also can be tested to detect genetic material in the gonorrhea bacteria.[] While meant to kill infection-causing bacteria, antibiotics can also kill non-harmful, or "commensal", bacteria in the GI tract.[] This cannot be caused by the bacteria that causes gonorrhea.[]

  • Diverticulitis

    More In digestive system disease: Diverticula Diverticulitis occurs when the narrow necks of the diverticula become plugged with debris or undigestible foodstuff and when bacteria[] There is a part of the bacterial cell, the ribosome, which is the same in all bacteria (16S).[] All bacteria compete for space in the intestinal tract. The more friendly bacteria that are present in the gut, the less prone you are to developing an infection.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    […] penicillin allergy inactive against Gram-positive bacteria, Bacteroides spp. and Pseudomonas spp. provenance outside the AmpC-producing bacteria susceptible to this agent[] Dysuria, pelvic or perineal pain, and difficulty voiding suggest the site of infection. Laboratory findings include leukocytosis and pyuria.[] KEYWORDS: Antibiotic susceptibilities; Antibiotic use; Causative bacteria; Multicentre study; Urinary tract infection[]

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