The number of cases of sexually transmitted diseases is increasing rapidly, and doctors warn that some people are not even aware that they have a disease.
Infections and sexually transmitted diseases can have serious consequences on the reproductive organs – may even cause infertility!
Mycoplasma is relatively unknown germs that can be transmitted through sex. When a person is infected, symptoms can easily be mistaken for something else.
The most common symptoms include vaginal bleeding, testicular pain, abnormal discharge from the penis and pain in the pelvic region, especially during sex.
Mycoplasma can have serious consequences on your health. The bacterium has infected about 1% of the population.
Mycoplasma infected women may experience painful intercourse, unusual vaginal bleeding, ectopic pregnancy and even infertility. However, symptoms are milder in men.
What’s worse is that the Mycoplasma disease is a very common sexually transmitted. It is caused by microorganisms that live in the urethra and reproductive system.
The term refers to a Mycoplasma over 70 different bacteria species. Some of these are only present in the human body and are the main cause of infection and disease.
A study published in 2007, said the Mycoplasma has really outdone gonorrhea in the number of reported cases. It is now the third most common STD among young!
According to research, 4.2% of adults in the US They were infected with Chlamydia, Trichomonas 2.3%, 1% with Mycoplasma and 0.4% were infected with gonorrhea.