Antibiotics that cure coronavirus increase risk of gonorrhea, WHO warns
The whole world is in the grip of Coronavirus today. Alam is that every other person is or has been a victim of corona. Many types of antibiotics are being given to people to recover from this, but at the same time the risk of a serious disease is also increasing.
New Delhi: Many people have started using antibiotics to protect against coronavirus. But perhaps you do not know that excessive antibiotic use can cause you a serious illness. The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned about this. WHO experts warn that taking more antibiotics has increased the risk of increasing cases of gonorrhea.
No vaccine or drug has yet been made as a treatment for Coronavirus. But even then, using antibiotic in the early stages of corona can be found harmful. A research has found that Azithromycin antibiotic, which is a common antibiotic, is being used more for respiratory problems.
According to the WHO report, being overly dependent on these drugs has increased the risk of increasing cases of Super Gonorrhea.
What is Gonorrhea
The disease is caused by a bacterium named Gonorrhea. This infection spreads due to unprotected sex, oral sex, and unnatural sex. But the problem is that antibiotics given to cure this disease are becoming increasingly ineffective.
This disease can be incurable
Kevin Cox, chief executive of the UK pharmaceutical company Biotaspheric Limited, told The Sun that such a practice could lead to the disease being incurable. The WHO warned that the anti-bacterial capacity in gonorrhea has been seen to be very high at some time.