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Super-gonorrhoea drug resistant hits Briton

Extremely drug-resistant gonorrhoea will be scattering from the north of England scientist warn.

One of the many treatments is now worthless from the brand new form of sexually transported disease. 14 cases are already established in Leeds along with some already noted with Macclesfield, Oldham and also Scunthorpe. At this time there are likely to be additional undiagnosed cases. This outbreak is able to shrug off of the antibiotic azithromycin, which can be typically used for gonorrhoea.


What are the side effects? gonorrhoeae

  • Green discharge
  • Puffy distressing testicles.
  • painfull intercourse in women.
  • Vaginal bleeding.
  • Burning in the throat.
  • infertility. 

How is it contracted? 

You can get gonorrhea by having vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has gonorrhea. A pregnant woman with gonorrhea can give the infection to her baby during childbirth.

Gonorrhoea is the second most sexually carried illness within the uk and reported conditions are increasing.

What happened if it goes untreated? 

As it is still a new and unstudied virus it is still unknown what added side effects it may have. Normal Gonorrhoea can spread to joints and even the blood stream so prevention really is a priority. If contracted from birth it can also cause blindness.