non-specific urethritis


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non-specific urethritis

A term formerly used to refer to a sexually transmitted infection of the urethra not caused by GONORRHOEA. Most cases are now known to be caused by the organism Chlamydia trachomatis .
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Chlamydia and non-specific urethritis were next, affecting around 2,300 people that year.
THERE'S no single cause of NSU or non-specific urethritis, a common condition affecting only men.
Q I HAVE been troubled with Non-Specific Urethritis for four months and there seems to be no sign of it ever going away, despite two courses of antibiotics.

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