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Here’s more information about Donovanosis the rare “flesh-eating” STD that is spreading

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Earlier this week news of a very rare STD called donovanosis began surfacing and we even talked about it in this newspaper. Now we’re issuing a health guide on donovanosis so our readers can better understand what the bizarrely named STD actually is; how you get it, and how it hits men and women different.

  • What is it and where does it come from?

Donovanosis is technically brought about via the Klebsiella granulomatis species. Donovanosis reportedly is spread the same way as most STD ‘s (sexual contact, skin to skin contact.) Cases are usually found in tropical areas although have been popping up in the UK and the US over the course of the past year or two.

What does it cause?


According to health experts interviewed for this article, we’ve learned that Donovanosis looks almost like bloody red ulcers on a private area. It also can spring up in the anus are and if left untreated can appear like a “flesh eating” type of STD simply due the way it looks. It can damage tissue if left untreated so it is advised that people get checked if they suspect symptoms may be present.

According to the CDC, this STD is treated with antibiotics.

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