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A sexually transmitted infection STI is an infection spread by sexual contact. There are many STIs. This FAQ focuses on chlamydia , gonorrhea , and syphilis. These STIs can cause long-term health problems and problems during pregnancy. Chlamydia is caused by a type of bacteria, which can be passed from person to person during vaginal sex, oral sex, or anal sex. Infections can occur in the mouth, reproductive organs, urethra , and rectum.

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Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Syphilis | ACOG

Sexually transmitted diseases STDs can be spread between female sex partners, probably through the exchange of cervicovaginal fluid and direct mucosal contact. Additionally, lesbians have a high prevalence of bacterial vaginosis, which may represent an STD in this population. However, few data on sexual practices or perceived STD risk among lesbians are available to guide development of interventions aimed at reducing the risk. To inform the development of a safer-sex intervention for women who have sex with women, focus group discussions were conducted with 23 lesbian and bisexual women aged 18— Topics included sexual practices, STD transmission and prevention, and knowledge about bacterial vaginosis. Although six participants had had bacterial vaginosis and three an STD, women reported little use of preventive measures with female partners washing hands, using rubber gloves and cleaning sex toys. Participants said that vaginal penetrative practices using sex toys and fingers or hands are common, and that partners frequently share sex toys during a sexual encounter, generally without condoms.

Mycoplasma genitalium in men who have sex with men (MSM)

Mycoplasma genitalium Mg is a sexually transmitted bacterium that is difficult to culture and detection relies on the use of nucleic acid amplification tests NAAT. It causes urethritis in men, cervicitis and pelvic inflammatory disease in women, and rectal infection which is often asymptomatic. There have been several articles in mainstream media in the last few months regarding Mg as a new "superbug" and as such there has been an anecdotal increase in clients requesting information and testing on Mg 1, 2. Because evidence-based data is currently limited, resistance is common, and there are few effective treatment options, including antibiotics that are not on the PBS, treatment guidelines are difficult to develop and maintain, and can be inconsistent between locations.
Bacterial vaginosis is associated with sexual activity, but mechanisms for this association are unclear. Cross-sectional analysis of data from women reporting sex with women who provided information on sexual behaviors as part of a study of vaginal bacteria. Vaginal bacteria were detected by semi-quantitative culture.