antibiotic resistance

  1. How A STD Becomes Untreatable?

    How A STD Becomes Untreatable?
    The CDC states that gonorrhea is among three other diseases that post an ‘urgent threat’ for their potential to become more commonly spread. This indicates that most of the antibiotics once used to treat these infections no longer work. Other sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and syphilis have shown early signs of becoming antibiotic resistant. Catching a sexually transmitted disease, even the ones that become resistant to antibiotics, can be managed. For this reason, it is crucial to get screened for STDs regularly. →Continue reading
  2. What are Super STDs? Untreatable STDs

    What are Super STDs? Untreatable STDs
    New diseases keep emerging every time, and sexually transmitted infections, which are also called as the sexually transmitted diseases, STDs are no exception. Sexually transmitted infections could lead to a serious public health threat if left untreated. What are STDs all about? Sexually transmitted diseases are the ones that transmit from one individual to another via sexual contact. These mainly include genital herpes, gonorrhea, Chlamydia, syphilis, human papillomavirus (HPV), and HIV. Most of these STDs stay asymptomatic for a... →Continue reading

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