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New Sexually Transmitted Disease Discovered

By July 4, 2007

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According to About.com's STD Guide Elizabeth Boskey, Ph.D a recent study has found a new sexually transmitted disease called Mycoplasma genitalium. Mycoplasm genitalium is a bacterial STD and has already surpassed gonorrhea to become the third most common sexually transmitted disease among young people.

In women, Mycoplasm genitalium often occurs in association with bacterial vaginosis and cervicitis. Because this STD occurs usually without symptoms, it's also often found in women diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease or PID, endometritis, and pregnant women who experience preterm birth. Like most other STDs, proper and consistent use of a condom during sexual intercourse is the best way, other than abstinence, to prevent Mycoplasm genitalium.

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Sincerely,
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