Chlamydia and mycoplasma is the most
common pathogens of non bacterial prostatitis, epididymitis ,and non
Chlamydia and Mycoplasma Infection
Chlamydia and mycoplasma are common
sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the chlamydia
trachomatis and ureaplasma urealyticum . Chlamydia and mycoplasma
can damage the reproductive system in both men and women. Although
symptoms of chlamydia and mycoplasma can be mild or absent, serious
complications causing irreversible damage, including infertility,
can occur before an infected person realizes the problem.
Chlamydia and mycoplasma can be
transmitted during vaginal, anal, and oral sex. They can be passed
from an infected mother to her baby during vaginal childbirth. Any
sexually active person can be infected with chlamydia and
mycoplasma. And, the greater the number of sex partners a person has
(or had), the greater the risk of infection.
Most unfortunate is the ability of
chlamydia and mycoplasma to hide itself deep inside the
genitourinary tract making it very difficult to detect by urethral
swabbing and urine analysis; two commonly used sample collection
methods for chlamydia and mycoplasma testing in clinical practice.
Thus, many urologists and STD doctors are unable to identify
chlamydia and mycoplasma as a causative pathogen. As a result, they
often make general diagnosis, such as, non-specific urethritis,
prostatitis, and/or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), etc. And,
they frequently prescribe a variety of ineffective broad-spectrum
antibiotics making the patient condition more complicated; weakening
the immune system, causing antibiotic resistance, failing to address
causative pathogens, and allowing the infection to spread, etc.
Chlamydia and Mycoplasma
Chlamydia and mycoplasma are prokaryot
intracellular parasite; a microorganism, which are different from a
common bacteria or virus. The prokaryotes are a group of organisms
that lack a cell nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles.
Chlamydia and mycoplasma , unlike other bacteria, differs in the way
it synthesizes energy. Bacteria usually synthesize energy by
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP); a general way of synthesizing energy
by living cells. However, Chlamydia and mycoplasma synthesizes
energy directly from the infected host cells; it suppresses the
metabolism and dissolves the cells. Overtime, the cells are
destroyed, the infected person immune system is weakened, and the
Chlamydia and mycoplasma are known as
the silent disease because the majority of infected people have no
symptoms during the early stages of infection. When symptoms are
noticed, complications have usually occurred. These complications
include: urethritis, prostatitis, epididymitis, and infertility,
etc. (in men); and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), ectopic
pregnancy, and infertility, etc. (in women). Chlamydia and
mycoplasma can also cause blindness, junctivitis, arthritis,
pneumonia, bronchitis, and lymphogranuloma venereum (LGV), etc.
Chronic genitourinary tract chlamydia
and mycoplasma infections often result in complications. Prostate
tubes, spermatic ducts, epididymal ducts, ejaculatory ducts, and
ovarian ducts become blocked. Overtime scarring, calcification, and
irreversible damage occur. Once this happens, antibiotics cannot
reach the blocked and scared areas making chlamydia and mycoplasma
very difficult to cure.
Chlamydia and mycoplasma Symptoms
At the early stage of chlamydia and
mycoplasma infection, most of patients have no symptoms. Symptoms
may appear 1 to 3 weeks and months later when complications emerge.
For men, genitourinary chlamydia and
mycoplasma infections usually start in the anterior urethra, then
move to the posterior urethra, prostate, seminal vesicles, spermatic
ducts, and epididymis. The complications include:
1) At the early stage of chlamydia and
mycoplasma infection, some patients may have urethritis within 1 to
4 weeks. Common symptoms include: itching, pain, and burning during
urination; pus, watery, and milky discharge from the penis; and
2) In the chronic stage of chlamydia
and mycoplasma infection, complications of the prostate usually
occur. Common symptoms include: pain, tension, and discomfort in
perineal area; pain around the anus; sexual function disorder; pain
in the prostate; enlarged and inflamed prostate; weak urine flow,
and/or frequent night urination; epididymitis; pain or tenderness in
testicles; thickening of the spermatic ducts; poor semen quality;
blockage and calcification; and infertility, etc.
3) Other chlamydia and mycoplasma
symptoms include: seminal vesiculitis; change in semen color, yellowish
and bloody semen, decrease in semen volume, and pain during and
after ejaculation; and pain or discomfort in the butt or thighs.
Patients who engage in anal sex may have rectitis. Patients who
engage in oral sex may have pharyngolaryngitis and pneumoniae. Few
patients may develop Reiter Syndrome; arthritis, conjunctivitis, and
urethritis at the same time.
For women with genitourinary chlamydia
and mycoplasma infections
1) The most common place of chlamydia
and mycoplasma infection is the cervix causing cervicitis;
inflammation of the uterine cervix. Common symptoms include: painful
intercourse, abnormal vaginal discharge (a yellowish discharge from
the cervix that may have a strong odor), cervix erosion, vaginal
bleeding after intercourse, and cervix congestion, etc. Abnormal
vaginal discharge may affect the urethra causing urethritis; pain or
burning while urinating, frequent urination, and the urge to urinate
more than usual.
The infection in the cervix will
spread to the ovarian ducts and other organs causing endometritis,
salpingitis, and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), etc. Common
symptoms include: abdominal pain, pain in the lower back, low fever,
irregular menstruation, and bleeding between menstrual periods,
spontaneous abortion, extrauterine pregnancy, blocked fallopian
tubes, and infertility, etc.
Chlamydia and Mycoplasma and
Research indicates that among patients
who have infertility, about 50% to 60% of them are positive for
chlamydia and/or mycoplasma. We believe the infection rate is
higher. We find that most of our patients have active pathogen
infections (see laboratory testing). chlamydia and mycoplasma are the major cause of ectopic pregnancy and infertility
in Western countries. Our research indicates most patients suffering
from infertility because of active causative pathogens.
are common sexually transmitted pathogens found in genitourinary
infections. They can cause prostatitis and epididymitis in males,
and cervicitis and pelvic inflammatory disease PID in females.
These, infectious pathogens alter and damage the inner reproductive
systems. They cause infertility, miscarriage, and/or the birth of
unhealthy children, etc.
Chlamydia and mycoplasma Lab
Currently, in clinical practice there
are several standard chlamydia and mycoplasma test methods available
to check for chlamydia and mycoplasma genitourinary infection.
However, most of these tests often give inaccurate results. One such
widely used chlamydia and mycoplasma test is the rapid screening
(colloidal gold) method in which urine and urethral swabs are used
in sample collection. We found this method gives inaccurate
chlamydia and mycoplasma test results.
Since chlamydia and mycoplasma lives
inside epithelia cells, it is difficult to obtain accurate chlamydia
and mycoplasma test results because these methods require tissue
samples to be collected from the infected areas. In the chronic
chlamydia and mycoplasma infection stage, chlamydia and mycoplasma
tends to hide inside tissues located deep within the genitourinary
system. The locations of the chlamydia and mycoplasma infection make
it difficult to collect qualified samples. Thus, it is hard to
obtain accurate chlamydia and mycoplasma test results using standard
chlamydia and mycoplasma test methods.
In our clinical research, we have
found the most accurate chlamydia and mycoplasma test methods for
genitourinary chlamydia and mycoplasma infection are the following:
1) For acute chlamydia and mycoplasma
urinary or cervix infection with inflammatory discharge: urethral
swab and/or cervix swab, and swab of the infected areas for the
antigen of chlamydia and mycoplasma using the PCR test.
2)For chronic chlamydia and mycoplasma
infection and complications: blood serum for the IgM antibody of
chlamydia using the ELISA test,semen and inflammatory secretion
culture for mycoplasma.Male patients who
have pain in the testicles, and female patients who have pain in the
pelvic area, should have these tests performed. Patients should go
to an advanced laboratory to have this chlamydia and mycoplasma test
Treatment for Chlamydia and
Conventional medical knowledge
suggests that chlamydia and mycoplasma can easily be cured.
Treatment guidelines for sexually transmitted disease (STD)
recommend taking oral antibiotics for one week or less to treat
chlamydia and mycoplasma infections. We do not agree.
For a patient who has an acute
chlamydia and mycoplasma urinary tract infection, taking oral
antibiotics for short periods (less than two weeks) will most likely
only control the reproduction of chlamydia and mycoplasma and
suppress the symptoms. This type of treatment will usually not kill
the infection. Patients often relapse, symptoms reemerge, and
complications occur. For acute chlamydia and mycoplasma
genitourinary tract infections, we recommend taking oral antibiotics
for at least two weeks. Heavy dosages and/or broad-spectrum
antibiotics should be avoided. These will cause bacteria imbalance,
antibiotic resistance, and other side effects. We recommend taking
azithromycin and doxycycline, and to avoid alcohol, and sexual
activity during treatment.
For chronic chlamydia and mycoplasma
genitourinary tract infections and the resulting complications, oral
antibiotics will not kill the infection because the medicine cannot
penetrate the infected and blocked areas in high enough
concentrations. The infected areas are often located deep inside the
genitourinary tract. For chronic patients who relapse with oral
antibiotic treatments, we recommend our 3D Targeted Treatment. We have
successfully treated many patients, both male and female, with deep
genitourinary tract chlamydia and mycoplasma infections using our 3D
3D Targeted Treatment - How We Cure
Chlamydia and Mycoplasma
We collect tissue samples from
infected surfaces and fluid samples from deep tissue areas. We use
the International Standard Test Method (ELISA and Culture) to detect
chlamydia and mycoplasma accurately. We analyze the test results and
combine with the patient symptoms, physical examination, and our
extensive clinical experience to locate and treat the infected
Chlamydia and mycoplasma infections,
that cause only non gonococcal urethritis, and cervicitis can often
be completely cured within 2 weeks of 3D Targeted Treatment.
Chlamydia and mycoplasma
infections,that cause prostatitis, epididymitis, pelvic inflammatory
disease, and/or infertility can often be completely cured within 4
weeks of 3D Targeted Treatment.
Our exclusive 3D Targeted Treatment allows the
medicine to work in the infected areas located deep within the
genitourinary tract at high concentrations. Our proprietary 3D
chlamydia and mycoplasma targeted treatment is superior to all other
treatments currently available for the eradication of chlamydia and
mycoplasma rooted deep in the genitourinary system, and for clearing
blockage and toxic residue. Since 1994, we have treated thousands of
patients with chlamydia and mycoplasma infections.Over the last 20
years, our cure rate for treating chlamydia,mycoplasma and
gonococcus infection is 100%.
3D Targeted Treament-Chlamydia and
Mycoplasma Cure Clinical Cases
Most male patients with chlamydia and
mycoplasma genitourinary tract infections who receive our 3D
Targeted Treatment have prostrate complications (prostratitis). At least 30%
of these infected people tested negative for chlamydia and
mycoplasma prior to arriving at our clinic. When they arrived, we
tested them and found them to be positive for chlamydia and
Case I- simple
Patient: Mr. Chen
Symptoms: Itching, pain, and burning
in the urethra, and small amount of yellowish discharge in the
morning. Symptoms appeared three weeks after having unprotected sex.
Previous Treatment: IV with
antibiotics for 12 days (failed), and he developed resistant to
Previous Test: Chlamydia and mycoplasma positive
Our Test Result: Chlamydia and mycoplasma positive
3D Targeted Treatment: After one week of
3D Targeted Treatment all symptoms disappeared. A retest for chlamydia and
mycoplasma , result was negative.
Case II- Combined with epididymitis
Symptoms: Had symptoms for 4 years,
testicle pain started one month after having anal sex, the pain
spread to the groin area. Months later, pain in perineal area and
frequent urination at night.
Previous treatment: Tried many kinds
of oral antibiotics without success.
Previous Test: Chlamydia negative.
Our test result: Chlamydia positive.
3D Targeted Treatment: After 28 days of
3D Targeted Treatment, most of the symptoms disappeared. The retest for
chlamydia was negative.
Case III- Combined with
epididymitis, prostatitis and infertility
Patient: Mr. Wang
Symptoms: Had symptoms for 5 years,
pain in the perineal area, pain in the testicles, pain in the groin
area, and discomfort around the anus. Married for two years, however
his wife could not become pregnant.
Previous Treatment: Many different
types of oral antibiotics and herbal treatments for two years
Previous Test: Found Staphylococcus
Aureus, Chlamydia and mycoplasma negative.
Our Test Results: Staphylococcus
Aureus positive, Chlamydia and mycoplasma positive, poor semen
quality, and his wife tested positive for Chlamydia and mycoplasma .
3D Targeted Treatment: After 30 days of
3D Targeted Treatment his symptoms disappeared. He was rechecked for
staphylococcus aureus and chlamydia and mycoplasma , both negative.
His wife received 15 days of 3D Targeted Treatment and her chlamydia and
mycoplasma turned negative. Six months after the 3D Targeted
wife became pregnant and their child is very healthy.
Case IV- Combined with prostatitis,
arthritis, and pneumonia
Symptoms: Had symptoms for three
years, pain in the groin area, pain in the perineal area, pain in
the knees, and chest pressure and cough.
Previous Treatment: Many different
types of oral antibiotics.
Previous Test: Streptococcus positive,
Our Test Result: Corynebcaterium
positive, chlamydia positive.
3D Targeted Treatment: After 30 days of
3D Targeted Treatment symptoms almost disappeared. Retested for corynebcaterium
and chlamydia, all negative.