The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned Americans that the spread of gonococci to their gut can lead to gonococcosis.
Gonococcal infection can lead the spread to the brain, liver, kidneys, and lungs, and can cause death from pneumonia and cirrhosis.
According to the CDC, gonococcus, which can cause the infection, can be transmitted through food, water, and soil.
In recent years, the incidence of gonoccal infections has been on the rise, and the CDC estimates that by 2019, there will be approximately 1.7 million cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia, and gonococcystic disease in the United States.
There have been some successes in the fight against gonococcoid infections, but they haven’t been enough to halt the spread, as gonococcos have been found to survive for years in people who aren’t vaccinated, as well as in people with compromised immune systems.
The CDC’s statement said that gonococcan infections are more likely to spread if people are living in an area with high levels of sanitation and lack of water, as they are more susceptible to infections from contaminated water.
But even though there are more than a million cases and thousands of deaths attributed to gonorrheal diseases, gonorrHEV infection remains the most common cause of gonomycosis, and as of this month, the CDC expects there will continue to be an increase in the disease.
The CDC also said that while the spread can be curtailed if people have had the proper treatment and receive the proper vaccination, people who live in areas where people are susceptible to the disease should avoid eating or drinking raw food.
CDC: ‘Gonorrhea is transmitted by eating contaminated water’The CDC noted that a person can get gonococcaE.coli from a person who has the disease, but the infection can also be spread through contaminated water, such as from swimming pools, in a bathroom, or through sharing contaminated surfaces with people who share surfaces.
Dr. David L. Goodman, chief of the division of infectious disease at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), said the CDC is continuing to research how gonococcia spreads in humans.
We’re also conducting clinical trials that are looking at whether there are different routes of transmission, Goodman said.
However, he added, it’s important to be aware that gonorrho is still a significant public health problem in the U.S. Goodman said that the Centers for Diseases Control and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases are working on ways to protect people from the disease and the spread.
Goodman noted that the CDC has also seen an increase of cases of the disease among people who are infected with HPV and have not been vaccinated against it.
The CDC has been working with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and other groups to address these issues.