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The urinary tract infection man is not associated with a vaginal wart of a pertner; urethritis and other stages of the UTI are caused by bacteria, while warts have a viral nature. As a rule, the symptoms disappear a few days after the course starts. Antibiotics are prescribed as the means of treatment that can last for as long as ten days. Laboratory tests allow discovering the strain of the bacteria that have affected the urinary system. The urinary tract infection man is not associated with a vaginal wart of a pertner; urethritis and other stages of the UTI are caused by bacteria, while warts have a viral nature.

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Urinary Tract Infection Man

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Vaginal Wart, Urethritis

A form of the condition, prostatitis, occurs rather often in older men. Yearly, millions of cases are registered in the United States. Accumulation of bacteria in the urine system can result in pain, nausea, urge to urinate often, and other discomforts. The urinary tract infection man is not associated with a vaginal wart of a pertner; urethritis and other stages of the UTI are caused by bacteria, while warts have a viral nature.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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