Ureaplasma urealytica is a tiny bacteria found in the urinary and genital tract. It has been found in up to 70% of sexually active adults and can be transmitted sexually. It has been implicated in the case of urethritis (inflammation of the urethra) and pelvic and vulval pain (in women) but its exact significance remains unclear. For this reason, many clinics do not test for this bug presently.
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