Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections that are spread primarily through person to person during sexual intercourse. There are more than 30 different sexually transmissible bacteria, viruses and parasites. The most common conditions are the cause of gonorrhea, chlamydial infection, syphilis, trichomoniasis, chancroid, genital herpes, genital warts, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and hepatitis B infection. Mycoplasma genitalium is a new addition to the list because it has become very common these days. Mycoplasma genitalium This is a rare autoimmune disease that affects the muscles in your body. Mycoplasma is a very common sexually transmitted disease, but it is not sufficiently investigated. This is caused by micro-organisms that have the characteristics of a bacterium, occurring in the urethra and reproductive system. Mycoplasma notion actually refers to a group of bacteria that include more than 70 different species, but only some of them that are present in human body safely found to cause diseases and infections in humans.
Studies on Mycoplasma genitalium Lisa Manhart, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Washington in Seattle says that the scientists did not have the right type of test for the study M.genitalium so that the relationship between M. genitalium and intimate activity came a little later, about the middle of 1990, although the infection is prevalent since the 1980s. Early studies have found that people who tested positive for M. genitalium often had relationships with partners who are infected with the disease. The new study adds to the evidence that M. genitalium is a STD, because it found that the infection was more common in people who have had at least four new partners in the last year than in people who have had one or a small number of new partners in the last year of the day. According to a study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, people are likely to have M. genitalium if they had unprotected sex.
Symptoms are hidden and transmitted through intimate contact. As a result, many people who were infected with Mycoplasma are not even aware of. Some of the most common symptoms includevaginal bleeding, pain in the testicles, discharge and pain around the genital area, especially during intercourse. The consequences of an incurable infection are far worse. About 1 percent of the population is infected with this bacteria, doctors assume. Infections are usually manifests irregular vaginal bleeding, infertility, painful relationships and ectopic pregnancy. The bacteria associated with inflammation of the uterine cervix (cervicitis) and djelične inflammatory disease, infection of the female reproductive organs may result in pain in the lower abdomen or bleeding and pain during intercourse, according to the CDC. In severe cases, an inflammatory disease of the pelvis can lead to infertility in males This bacteria can cause inflammation of the urethra (urethritis called), which leads to symptoms such as pain or burning during urination discharge.