Wadau, kuna taarifa kuwa kuna aina mpya ya Kisonono kisichotibika unayoambaa duniani. Zamani ilikuwa ukiambukizwa unachoma sindano ya PPF (Penicillin) gonjwa kwisha! Sasa hizo sindano wala antibiotics za aina yotote hazitibu!
Si itakuwa balaa ugonjwa huo ukiingia barani Afrika. Kwanza waafrika wengi hawapendi kutumia kondomu. Wanataka mavituuz (ngono) yao kavu au nyama kwa nyama! Halafu wanaume wengine Afrika hawawezi kulala bila kupata vituuz! Ume ukisimama ubongo unahamia hapo.
Wadau fanyeni ngono kwa usalamaili tuepuke ugonjwa huo balaa.
WHO: Sexually-transmitted superbug could be major crisis
A major public health crisis is emerging, in the form of a sexually-transmitted disease that doesn't respond to antibiotics, World Health Organization officials said Wednesday.
Gonorrhea is one of the most common sexually-transmitted infections. It is spread through oral, vaginal and anal sex. About 106 million people worldwide become infected every year.
"Once this organism develops full resistance to this last antibiotic that we have, we have nothing else to offer to these patients," says Dr. Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan, scientist at the Department of Reproductive Health and Research at WHO.
The organization has just released a global action plan encouraging greater awareness and advocacy, research, increased prevention efforts and monitoring of gonorrhea treatment failure. The same sorts of prevention messages apply for gonorrhea as for HIV/AIDS: Practice safe sex - correct and consistent use of condoms - and limit the number of sexual partners.
Australia, France, Japan, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom are among the countries reporting cases of gonorrhea that does not respond to cephalosporin antibiotics, which is the last treatment option against gonorrhea. These are developed countries with good health care systems, meaning countries less well off may be even more at risk for a crisis.
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