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The Irish people are getting more people to catch the chlamydia and gland genitalia



In a Irish town, people have been caught by chlamydia and genital warts.

The doctors of Limerick co-infected 1,746 cases between 2013 and 2017, according to data published by HSE Ireland South Pacific Department.

    Doctors in Limerick, Ireland, reported 1,746 cases of cuttings between 2013 and 2017

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Doctors in Limerick, Ireland, reported 1,746 cases of cuttings between 2013 and 2017
    Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease in the UK

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Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease in the UK

The figures also reported a total of 1,054 Limericken genitals in urine since 2013.

Chlamydia is a STI, if it is healed immediately and treated with antibiotics, it can be destructive in the long term if it is not treated.

IST symptoms get rid of vaginal or dog or unusual discharge.

In the 905 cases of Norvirus there were infections during the four-year period and 303 detection cases.

From 2013 to 2017, the number of chlamydia detection has increased from 334 to 410.

An HSE spokeswoman said: "Education is important to prevent STIs.

"Key messages contain condoms and ITS projection consistent and correct for those who are at risk."

Chlamydia is one of the UK's most common ITS infections, according to the NHS.

HEALTH PREVIOUSLY

Approximately 200,000 people are positive for STI every year.

It goes through sex without a condom.

Chlamydia is common among adults and adolescents.

The NHS recommends people under 25 every year tested or when one individual becomes a sex partner.

IST antibiotics can be treated.

Many people do not realize that they have an STI, but the NHS has said that some symptoms have been observed due to pain, vaginal, penis, rectum, or urinary discharges.

Womenm can experience pain in her stomach, bleeding between sexes and sexual bleeding and periods.

For men, pain and boils grow.

If left untreated, it can lead to long-term health problems, including pelvic inflammatory, reactive arthritis and infertility.

What is Chlamydia?

Bacterial chlamydia is caused by trachomatis, one of the most common infections in the United Kingdom, with 203,116 cases in 2017, 48% of all ITS diagnoses.

Vaginal bacteria leaves most women at risk, in 2017 in 115,672 cases, with 85,647 men.

The main reason is that most people will not get any symptoms because bacteria cause problems of 25% women and 50% of men. "The symptoms that appear, after women's sex and periods may be bleeding, while both men and women cause ache of pain," says Dr. GP Philippa Kaye.

Without antibiotics, it can cause infertility. "It creates an inflammatory process," says Dr. Kaye.

"This increases chances of having an ectopic pregnancy, the embryo strikes on tuberculosis rather than on the stomach, which can endanger life and damage your tubes."

    Chlamydia is a bacterium to treat antibiotics

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Chlamydia is a bacterium to treat antibiotics

Healthy satire 2013 and 2017 in Limerick, Ireland

HSE Released to South West Ireland Public Health

    Chlamydia is common among teenagers and young adults

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Chlamydia is common among teenagers and young adults
    There were Limerick 905 cases between 2013 and 2017

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There were Limerick 905 cases between 2013 and 2017


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