Trichomoniasis In The Urinary Tract, Genital (trichomonas Vaginalis)

Flagellum is a protozoan parasite that hosts the vagina of women and the male urinary tract, causing subacute and chronic urinary and genital infections. Infection with this parasite is mainly caused by sexual contact (can be spread through water, wet clothing).
Vaginal inflammation caused by T.vaginalis manifests primarily with vaginal fluid (white blood). The white blood is multicolored, milky color, frothy, has a foul odor.
This symptom lasts long, melon and often accompanied by vulvar itching, sometimes unbearable itching, causing pain, especially pain during intercourse.
Urinary dysfunction is common (about 25% of cases), a type of burning sensation and burning during urination.
Examination shows red vulva, irritated mucous membranes, edema, in drapery lines with milky secretions


In addition to vulva, vagina, skene and urethral glands can also become inflamed
In addition to the acute clinical form, the diagnosis is relatively easy, and may be subacute, other clinical forms with abdominal pain, minor genitalia, suggesting a pelvic or abdominal infection. , diagnosis is more difficult.


Trichomoniasis In The Urinary Tract, Genital (trichomonas Vaginalis)

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Urethritis in men caused by T.vaginalis is usually manifested in subacute form, more discreetly in women, manifested by a drop of pus in the morning and a slight itchiness in the urethra. In addition, urethritis may be associated with other symptoms:
Urinary dysfunction such as dysuria, cystitis.
Prostate damage, usually occurring but rarely with clinical manifestations
Rarely manifested by epididymitis and testis.
The form of truly acute disease manifests itself as gonorrhea, hypertrophy, feeling hot when urinating, sometimes with pus
More common is the form of foreskin
In short, all urinary and urogenital organs of men can be sick but especially in men with discreet, no fuss, as much discomfort as in women. This discreet nature is a favorable factor for the spread.
Diagnosis of flagella T.vaginalis
In women: the test looks for parasites in white blood.


Trichomoniasis In The Urinary Tract, Genital (trichomonas Vaginalis)

. Observed after adding a drop of physiological saline, T.vaginalis swims as fast as a fish, easily recognizable, very refractive, must close the light in the microscope.
In men: T. vaginalis is less mobile than in women, difficult to detect, tests in the morning pus or in the sediment of urine after centrifugation, or preferably from oily sores due to prostate massage
Prevention of T.vaginalis flagella
Because the disease is transmitted through sexual contact is essential, if there is a disease, it must be treated to the place of destination, treating both patients and their subjects.
Healthy socialization, if prevent diseases caused by T.vaginalis, and also prevent many other social diseases such as gonorrhea, syphilis, HIV, because they have the same type of infection.
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