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Sexually Transmitted Diseases liknked to miscarraiges and infertility

The unknown spread of STIs are found to be linked with infertility and miscarriages in women. A new STD “superbug” has been reported to be linked to causing miscarriages and infertility in American women. The research states that this disease is getting out of control and is declared as an epidemic in the country.

The sexually Transmitted Diseases is called Mycoplasma genitalium or M. genitalium or M. gen, causes bleeding, swelling, and genital pain in the vagina, eventually leading to miscarraiges or infertility. The one thing scientists are worried about related to this new sexually Transmitted Diseases that their isn’t much of the testing and information about the disease as of yet.

When compared to other sexually Transmitted Diseases like gonorrea and chlamydia, M. gen disease can be spread silently, meaning it is mostly asymptomatic, and cannot be detected for years. But this disease can cause extreme pain in the vaginal area. More research is being conducted on Mycoplasma Genitalium and its symptoms and how it can be detected in women. Also, the scientists are researching on how to test this newly sexually Transmitted Diseases.

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