As reported by Oxford Academic, one in every 100 adults residing in the UK and United States, between the ages of 18 and 44, was infected with a virus called mycoplasma genitalium, also known as MG.
Although infection is usually considered harmless and not one of the most common, given that it is a latent danger the ages of the carriers are within the cycle of having more sexual activity,
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Obviously, the infected will double because "It has the potential to become a super-bacterium in a decade. In addition, it is resistant to standard antibiotics. ",
The British Association for Sexual Health and HIV has announced in 2018 that at least 3,000 women can become infertile each year, if the problem becomes insoluble as it occurs at the stage when the virus causes severe pelvic inflammation.
The problem was discovered in 1981, but few doctors really know how to identify it, since it is often confused with chlamydia, so more detailed tests are needed to identify it.
According to women, according to Intra Med, the virus can be located in the vagina, cervix and endometrium, and the symptoms are: "pelvic pain, inflammatory bladder, urethral inflammation, vaginal discharge with strong odor, pain when walking and bleeding ”,
Men are experiencing "testicular pain, prostatitis, urethritis, urethral secretion, potential infertility, joint pain and inflammation ”,