Staphylococcus is NOT a sexually transmitted disease

Staphylococcus is NOT a sexually transmitted disease.

Staphylococcus is NOT a sexually transmitted disease.

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Staphylococcus Aureus, a very common type of this bacteria is found almost everywhere!

 

And I mean everywhere!

 

They are normal tenants in your nose, throat, skin and even in your intestines.

 

You can also find them on phones, door knobs, remotes, elevator buttons

But quacks around have led people to believe that “Staf Erus” is an STD, and that it can cause infertility and I’ve seen personally some relationships break up because one party believes the other gave them Staphylococcus!

 

This is a lie!

A common consequence of Staphylococcus infections are boils.

Other serious ones:(when they get access into your blood can be)
Heart infections
Bone infections
Pneumonia or lung infections
Bloodstream infections: especially when a cannula has been left in place for a long time

Some strains of Staphylococcus have developed resistance, why?

From @Aproko Doctor

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