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Female Mycoplasma Infection Without Symptoms, Is It Infectious?

Mycoplasma infection is a transmitted disease. Even if women are currently in an asymptomatic period, sexual intercourse may lead to infection.

Mycoplasma is a pathogenic microorganism between bacteria and viruses, which is highly infectious. Female mycoplasma infection is asymptomatic, also known as the incubation period of mycoplasma infection. 
Under normal circumstances, mycoplasma will invade and reproduce when the human immune system has weak resistance. When mycoplasma invades the host cell, it takes a certain time to produce new mycoplasma through biological processes such as transcription, replication, and transformation, so the disease will only appear within a certain time cycle. This is the incubation period of mycoplasma infection. Female patients with mycoplasma infection during incubation often have no symptoms, so it is easy to be ignored, but it is still infectious.
In the case of mycoplasma infection, mycoplasma in the patient's body will replicate and multiply, attaching to the mucosal epithelial cells of the reproductive tract. It can be transmitted to others through sexual contact. 
In addition, mycoplasma infection can also be transmitted through indirect contact transmission, vertical transmission from mother to child, etc. Data shows that 90% of people infected with mycoplasma can be infected through unclean contact, and less than 10% are infected by contact with underwear or toilets contaminated with mycoplasma. Therefore, even if there are no symptoms, mycoplasma infection may lead to the infection of others.
After being infected with mycoplasma, you should treat it quickly and not let the disease develop. After a woman is infected with mycoplasma can induce female gynecological infections, leading to vaginitis, cervicitis and pelvic adnexitis. Salpingitis, endometritis, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, and other diseases are more harmful to the body, which should attract enough attention.
If a woman has fertility requirements and is preparing for pregnancy, she needs active treatment even if she has no symptoms. This is because cellular immunity is inhibited once a woman is pregnant due to the sharp increase of progesterone, and the body's resistance will decline. At this time, the latent mycoplasma will multiply in large numbers and show pathogenicity. Patients will have vaginal itching, abnormal leucorrhea, cervical lipstick swelling, congestion, and other symptoms. 
Moreover, there are many contraindications to the use of drugs during pregnancy, and mycoplasma is even more uncontrollable. It can be transmitted vertically through the placenta or the infection of the lower reproductive tract of pregnant women, causing intrauterine infection, which can lead to fetal abortion, premature delivery, intrauterine growth retardation, low weight, and premature. Therefore, it is suggested that women should be pregnant after the mycoplasma turns negative and is cured.
Mycoplasma infection is prone to repeated attacks, and the effect of antibiotic treatment is often not ideal. If you want to cure thoroughly, herbal medicine is more suitable. Regarding treating female mycoplasma infection, it is recommended to take Dr. Lee's Fuyan Pill for a more noticeable effect!
In addition, both men and women should be treated together because mycoplasma infection is a transmitted disease. Women and sexual partners need treatment to prevent cross-infection. It is forbidden to have sex during treatment, and you should avoid eating spicy and stimulating food and pay attention to personal hygiene, such as frequent bathing, changing underwear, etc. 
Do the necessary isolation in the family. Use towels, washbasins, bathtubs, toilets, etc., separately, or disinfect them afterward. In the future, you should also pay attention to safe sex, and condoms should be used correctly when at high risk.
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