Doctors are warning that the cases of dangerous §exually transmitted infection are rising, while some of the people are not aware that they have it, and that this infection can leave consequences not only on the genitals, but it can also cause infertility.
Have you heard of Mycoplasma? Even doctors are not too familiar with these germs. Unfortunately, it is transferred through §exual contact, and many people who have Mycoplasma are not aware of it because the symptoms are hidden.
The symptoms are: vªg!ñål bleeding, pain in the testicles, a discharge from the penis and pain around the genital region, especially during §ex. The consequences of the incurable infection are far worse.
It is assumed that about one percent of the population is infected with this bacterium. In cases of women it is commonly manifested by painful §ex, irregular vªg!ñål bleeding, infertility and ectopic pregnancy, and in men the consequences of infection are milder.
Mycoplasma is very common §exually transmitted disease, but it is not sufficiently explored. It is caused by microorganisms that have features of bacteria and occur in the urethra and reproductive system.
The Mycoplasma term actually refers to a group of bacteria that includes more than 70 different species, but only some of them that are present in the human body are certainly determined to cause disease and infection in humans.
According to a study published in 2007 it was shown that the infection caused by the bacteria Mycoplasma genitalium seems to have exceeded the gonorrhea, by the number of cases, and now has become the third most common §exually transmitted disease among the young.
Among adolescents who took part in the study of health throughout the America, it was shown that 4.2 percent were infected with chlamydia, 2.3 percent with Trichomonas, 1 percent with Mycoplasma and 0.4 percent with gonorrhea.
Similar results have been published in the latest report from the UK. The results show that not only are the young people endangered, but also middle-aged people can be infected.