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Mycoplasma genitalium is a bacterial STI which means that it's possible for it to be treated and cured with the right antibiotic treatment. Azithromycin is most commonly recommended for this condition and is available in a five day treatment of six tablets - take two 250mg tablets on the first day, followed by one 250mg tablet per day for four days.

As it's not always easy to know whether you have this infection or not, it's important that you take an STI test if you believe that you may have been infected. In general, experts advise that sexually active results go for regular STI tests in order to get infections treated quickly to prevent it from affecting your health, but also from spreading to more sexual partners.



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