Doctors around the world are warned about the significant increase in sexually transmitted diseases that affect more than one million people a year. Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis are the most well-known STDs since 1980, however, during the last time there were others who are concerned about professionals as they are not well informed.
Genetic mycoplasm is one of these diseases that, despite its discovery of 39 years ago, is diagnosed in several young people. Although everyone is at risk of acquiring it, the possibility is increasing in those people with more than four sexual partners in a year. It can take up to six months to develop and can be treated with antibiotics, however, the main difficulty is that a few laboratories in the world can find.
Lymphogranuloma venrea is also part of this list because inconvenience can come several years after the infection has been contracted for the first time. It is more common in the countries of South America and Central America, and is more common in men than in women.
Neisseria meningitidis is another STD with great results for up to 20 percent of young people and adults as carriers. Two vaccines prevent, but in the case of acquiring it, it can be treated with antibiotics.
Amongst the main symptoms that can be found are infected in the joints, eyes, heart or liver; inflammation and prolongation of the genital; or break and fall the right.