Antibiotic-Resistant Gonorrhea Spreading
The best thing about gonorrhea is that it's really easy to get rid of. Pop 4 antibiotics at once and you'll be back to raw doggin it the next day. That was until now, because an antibiotic-resistant strand of super gonorrhea is making it's way around, gunking up your junk like only a super STD can do. You might want to put on a condom just to read this story.
Gonorrhea is the second most common STD on the planet, infecting over 106 million people, with over 700,000 of them right here in the good old U.S. of A. Health care organizations around the world are reporting an emergence of super gonorrhea, a strand of the disease resistant to the antibiotics that are usually used in treatment.
The report was put out by the World Health Organization, which cited cases from across the globe. The overuse of antibiotics is well documented in diseases other than gonorrhea and is similar to germs adapting from the overuse of antibacterial hand soaps.
The point of all this, is wear a condom. Rubbers are still your best bet in keeping your genitalia squeaky clean. Oh, and even if you have no symptoms, go get tested. You can have an STD and show no symptoms what so ever. Genesee County has a ridiculously high STD rate, with over 3 times the number of infections per 100,000 citizens when compared other counties in Michigan, so make sure you're having sex in the safest way possible.