Experts are concerned about a new sexually transmitted disease "super bug" which is antibiotic-resistant and may be in the midst of a "out of control" STD epidemic.
Mycoplasma genitalium, often known as M. genitalium or M. gen, is a sexually transmitted bacterial infection that can cause genital discomfort, bleeding, swelling, infertility, and miscarriage.
The scarcity of data and insufficient testing for the virus outbreak, according to scientists, is what's most worrisome.
It's a serious problem. Why are we not looking into this, asked maternal-fetal medicine associate professor and Dr Irene Stafford of McGovern Medical School at UT Health Houston, according to NBC News.
Sometimes M. gen is asymptomatic, and individuals may carry the infection for years without realizing it. However, problems can be