The gonorrhea is out of control and antibiotics are no longer working. And it’s largely the blacks who are fucking like it’s no tomorrow with anyone and anything that are spreading it. Then when their wankers start oozing, they run for antibiotics which work less and less each year. Their aberrant sexual behaviour is causing doomed sex for everyone.
“We are sliding backward,” said Jonathan Mermin, director of the agency’s national STD center. “It is evident the systems that identify, treat and ultimately prevent STDs are strained to near-breaking point.”
According to the CDC, while most cases of chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis are curable with antibiotics, most cases go undiagnosed and untreated, increasing the risks of infertility, stillbirth, and an increased risk of contracting HIV.
Treatment options for gonorrhea are now limited to the antibiotic ceftriaxone – as the diseas has become resistant to nearly every other class of antibiotic. Doctors will usually prescribe a single shot of ceftriaxone with an oral dose of azithromycin, another antibiotic. Call it a benefit to big pharma thanks to the “sharing economy.”
“We expect gonorrhea will eventually wear down our last highly effective antibiotic, and additional treatment options are urgently needed,” said Gail Bolan, director of CDC’s Division of STD Prevention.
Donovanosis is found principally in black men and is a flesh eating STD that can rot off a penis.
Among 46 states submitting race and ethnicity data for gonorrhea cases consistently according to OMB standards each year during 2012–2016, rates of reported gonorrhea cases increased 120.4% among Multirace persons (25.0 to 55.1 cases per 100,000 population), 91.4% among NHOPI (84.4 to 161.5 cases per 100,000 population), 82.5% among Whites (31.4 to 57.3 cases per 100,00 population), 81.3% among AI/ AN (125.8 to 228.1 cases per 100,000 population), 76.7% among Asians (16.3 to 28.8 cases per 100,000 population), 61.8% among Hispanics (59.4 to 96.1 cases per 100,000 population), and 10.5% among Blacks (455.3 to 503.2 cases per 100,000 population) (Figure 20).
In 2016, 50 states and the District of Columbia submitted data on race and ethnicity for gonorrhea cases according to the OMB standards.