This is warning for all people who are sexually active, as you need to be very careful as there is new STI and until now it had affected millions in only few weeks and it massively is spreading throughout the world!
Medical experts are warning that they noticed substantially increased number of cases of a new STI which is very dangerous. The worst part is that majority people aren’t even aware that they have it! It comes to very dangerous disease that is able to cause serious health issues and in worst case to affect your fertility!
Now the question is what is the definition of Mycoplasma? It is fact that all the physicians haven’t learned about such germs.
Unfortunately, this disease is transmitted trough sex as well as the all the individuals affected by Mycoplasma are not aware that they have it as it’s quite difficult to recognize the symptoms and the indexes.
There is variety of symptoms which can comprise: vaginal bleeding, testicle malady, stinking discharge during sex especially in the glans penis and pain in the genital region that is wider.
However, the worst part is the effect of the vicious disease on human health.
It is quite shocking that doctors don’t have much information about the mycoplasma, despite the fact that it is becoming more and more frequent. It is certain that it is caused by specific bacteria-like microorganisms and it is known that commonly appears in the reproductive system.
It is important to explain that mycoplasma is name of a group of bacteria which has over 70 species, all of which are associated with different conditions. To be more precise, the specific type of mycoplasma is called Mycoplasma genitalium bacteria and can affect both, men and women. The first case was discovered before 8 years and according to statistical data, the STI caused by this bacterium is spreading very fast that it has become the third leading STD among the young population by number of cases that are reported so far.
A study conducted in the US, interviewed teenagers about STD and it was revealed that about 4% of the interviewees had Chlamydia, 2.3% had Trichomonas about 1% had Mycoplasma and about 0.4% had gonorrhea. Additionally, one similar study conducted in the UK had approximately the same results. Still, not only younger population is at risk, the middle-aged people also are becoming infected too.