New Sex Superbug can be more deadly than AIDS
Sex-Superbug named H041 can be more dangerous than AIDS virus because of its aggressive nature. It was first reported in Japan in 2011.
Doctors have warned that the new sexually transmitted Sex-Superbug named H041 can be much more deadly than the AIDS virus. Recently, two cases of the sex-superbug were confirmed in Hawaii. Doctors have claimed that the superbug is the antibiotic resistant strain of gonorrhea.
In 2011, the superbug was discovered for the first time in Japan and then it spread to Hawaii and now visible in Norway and California. As per Doctors, the H041 bacteria can be much more deadly than the AIDS Virus because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly and effect is more direct.
Gonorrhea also known as Clap is a disease that is sexually transmitted and is in existence since the medieval age. The infection results in genital discharge and painful sores. This is also related to the sterility and ectopic pregnancies in both men and women.