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Mycoplasma genitalium is the smallest known bacteria, it infects the urinary and genital tracts and causes symptoms which resemble chlamydia infection.

Ureaplasma urealytica is a bacteria which can be found in the urinary tracts of perfectly healthy people. It is also a common finding in people with symptoms of urethritis, so there is debate over whether it is a disease-causing organism or a normal finding.

This test looks for the presence of myocplasma and ureaplasma within the semen sample.