CDC Suggests STDs Are A New Type Of Pandemic

( )- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States has warned about a rise in reported sexually transmitted infections (STDs) in recent years. Because of this concerning development, health experts have called for stronger preventative and treatment initiatives.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that the number of syphilis and congenital syphilis in Missouri has increased in recent years.

According to statistics from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, the number of syphilis infections in Missouri increased by 259 percent between 2015 and 2021.

According to local reports, Missouri alone reported 63 instances of congenital syphilis in 2021, the highest amount since 1994. Congenital syphilis afflicted 11 people in St. Louis County and 11 in St. Louis City the same year.

The CDC explained that most instances of monkeypox were caused by sexual contact. At this point, statistics show that homosexual, bisexual, and other males who have sex with men account for the vast majority of cases in the current monkeypox outbreak.

According to the Associated Press, the sharply growing incidence of several sexually transmitted illnesses, including a 26% increase in new syphilis infections recorded last year, has prompted health experts in the United States to call for further prevention and treatment measures.

Some STD infections, such as gonorrhea and syphilis, have been rising for years. Last year’s syphilis case rate was the highest since 1991, and the overall number of cases was the highest since 1948. HIV cases are also rising, increasing by 16 percent last year. An international outbreak of monkeypox, which is mainly spreading among males who have sex with other men, has highlighted the country’s deteriorating problem with illnesses shared primarily through sex.

Officials are developing novel approaches to the problem, such as home-test kits for specific STDs, which will make it simpler for people to learn whether they are sick and take precautions to avoid spreading the disease to others.
According to Dr. Mike Saag, an infectious disease expert at the University of Alabama at BirminghamAnother expert, increasing the use of condoms should be a vital component of any endeavor. It’s relatively straightforward. When people have more unprotected intercourse, more sexually transmitted illnesses arise.

No one should have to tell you to grow up and take responsibility for yourselves.
Yet, here we are.