Today morning The Kemri commission broke the Internet after they announced the break up of a deadly sexually transmitted disease Gonorrhoea. Gonorrhoea is a sexually transmitted infection that is caused by a bacterium called Neisseria gonorrhoeae.The STI disease which has really put the nation into tension has the following symptoms.
1.Greater urge for urination.
2.A pus-like discharge during urination
3.Itching and soreness in the anus
4.Painful bowel movements.
According to Kemri the Super Gonorrhoea if not treated on time is very dangerous and may even cause infertility to both gender .Kemri also recorded the Super Gonorrhoea is hundred percent resistance to all the antimicrobial that they have.
The kemri together with the government has advised Kenyans to stay safe majorly the youths of the public as they try to solve the issue.
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