Mycoplasma genitalium DNA, PCR


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Mycoplasma genitalium is an often asymptomatic, bacterial, sexually transmitted disease which bears some similarities to gonorrhoea and chlamydia. Because M. genitalium often occurs in association with other infections in both men and women, it is quite difficult to diagnose the condition on its own. M. genitalium in women has been linked to conditions such as bacterial vaginosis, cervicitis (in which the lower genital tract becomes infected and causes inflammation of the cervix), pelvic inflammatory disease and endometritis. M. genitalium has also been found in women who have given birth prematurely. Often, M. genitalium is diagnosed in men who suffer from urethritis (inflammation of the urethra) which is not caused by gonorrhoea or chlamydia.

Special Requirements

Sample types: Semen, Cervical, urhethral and conjuctival swabs, urine, and prostatic fluid . Send in sterile transport medium.

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