Doctors have warned an emerging STI could become an antibiotic-resistant superbug

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Business Insider—PONGSAKORN NUALCHAVEE / Shutterstock About 2% of the population have an STI called Mycoplasma genitalium. It has similar symptoms to chlamydia, but it is more resistant to antibiotics. Doctors have warned it could become a superbug if not treated properly. It's not a great time to be having unprotected sex. Cases of syphilis are on the rise, there's something called super-gonorrhea going around, and according to BASHH, there's a new STI you can catch. What makes it even worse is that doctors...

Little known sex disease MG 'could become next superbug' within a decade, doctors warn. Thousands of women every year develop inflammatory condition from untreated bacterial infection which could harm chances of conceiving if antibitoics become ineffective