Americans discovered untreatable form of gonorrhea

American authorities announced two registered cases of infection with new strains of gonorrhea that can't be cured with antibiotics. There is even an opinion that they are not less dangerous than AIDS. Center for control and prevention of diseases of the U.S. has asked the us Congress to allocate $ 50 million for the creation of new types of antibiotics, which could destroy so far immortal strain of gonorrhea H041. This type of disease is not very new: it was first discovered in Japan in 2011, and then in may of the same year, the disease was found in women from Hawaii.

And here's newspaper Hawaii News Now reports two new cases of infection, as they have already been called, "supermicron sex". Doctors report that this disease, which is included in the group of sexually transmitted diseases, may not be less deadly than AIDS. In addition, this disease is more contagious than AIDS, because we must remember that gonorrhea is second in prevalence among sexually transmitted disease in North America.

According to the doctor, naturopath Alan Christiansen, in the future new strain of gonorrhea could become even more dangerous than AIDS, because of its bacteria are much more aggressive in nature. As you know, from AIDS and related diseases throughout the world have already died 30 million people, but the impact of this bacteria gonorrhea will be faster and more direct. Gonorrhea has the ability to immerse the person in septic shock, and then leads to death within a few days.

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So far from H041 nobody died, but, according to experts, best of all, of course, to avoid infection, and for this we need to practice safe sex. In case of untimely intervention, usual strain of gonorrhea can lead to many complications: diseases in the pelvic area, bloodstream infection and infertility. However, gonorrhea increases the risk of HIV infection, as it facilitates the penetration of viruses into the blood.

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