Antibiogram on seeds material

Antibiogram of seed material is an analysis of the same from the aspect of sexually transmitted bacteria. Microbiological examination with susceptibility to antibiotics.

In our practice, tests are conducted for the following bacteria:

A bacteria that lives on epithelial cells by infecting the mucous membranes of the urethra, anus and, rarely, the throat.

It is transmitted with vaginal, anal sex and probably oral sex. It can also be transmitted manually (by hand) when touching an anus or genitalia that is infected.

It is usually asymptomatic, ie without symptoms even though it is contagious. If they occur, the symptoms are usually noticeable after 1 to 3 weeks of infection. Men commonly experience pain and tingling during urination, urethritis and the occurrence of a secretion. If it is not successfully treated at an early stage, infection can cause prostatitis (prostate inflammation) or epididymitis (inflammation of the testicles). It can also lead to infertility if an untreated long period remains.

A bacteria that occurs naturally, even as part of the normal flora in men and women. It occurs in 70% of sexually active people. It is therefore not considered a classical sexually transmitted infection, although it can be transmitted through a sexual act. In some cases it can also be transmitted through a touch of nose or eyes of an infected person because it is transmitted through saliva and blood.

It is usually asymptomatic, ie without symptoms and therefore, according to medical studies, it is important to test for this infection annually. If symptoms occur, they include pain in the lower abdomen, pain in urination, unusual secretion, and bleeding from the urethra. Usually infection is detected when symptoms of other conditions occur, such as urethritis (urethral inflammation), epididymitis (inflammation of the testicles), redness and inflammation of the genitals with or without secretion.

If left untreated, infection can cause infertility, nonspecific urethritis, pneumonia, meningitis. It can spread to other parts of the body and cause damage to the joints, nerves and muscles. In women (the partner) other than the above conditions, during pregnancy can cause premature birth and even death of the fetus.

However, due to its frequency and low pathogenicity, the association of this microorganism with the stated serious conditions remains questionable.

  • Chlamydia trachomatis

A bacterium that causes one of the most common sexually transmitted infections. It can be transmitted through vaginal, anal, oral sex, but also from an infected mother to a child at a vaginal birth.
About half of men with chlamydia will not notice any symptoms. If symptoms occur, they include pain when urinating, secretion from the tip of the penis (white or water-like), and pain in the testes. Some men have mild symptoms that disappear in two to three days. But while symptoms may disappear, the infection remains and is transmitted. If not treated properly, it can cause orchitis (swelling of the testicles), reactive arthritis (inflammation of the joints), and infertility.

Complications that may arise from this infection include urethritis and epididymitis. Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra (urinary tube) that extends into the penis. Symptoms are white, blurred secretion from the tip of the penis, pain and tingling in urination, need for frequent urination, irritation and tenderness around the tip of the penis. The most common symptoms of epididymitis are swelling and tenderness in the epididymus, that is, the part of the male reproductive system that is spermatozooned by the testes. If it spreads to a test, then this condition is called epididomo-orchitis. Infection in this region causes inflammation, retards sensitivity in the scrotum (the testicle bag). Some men may notice general redness and sensitivity to the scrotum. Infection can lead to fluid accumulation in the region. If not treated, it can cause sterility, in rare cases and in a short period of 6-8 weeks of infection.

This bacterium can infect the rectum, eyes, and throat in unprotected anal and oral sex. Infection of the rectum causes discomfort, pain, bleeding, and secretion. If infected seeds or vaginal fluid come into contact with the eyes, irritation, pain, and a like like that in conjunctivitis may develop. Throat infections are less common and usually do not cause symptoms.