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Once-rare ‘flesh-eating’ STD that causes ‘beefy-red ulcers’ on the rise

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In what could be considered the next pandemic by the fear-struck mask-loving left, a sexually transmitted “flesh-eating” disease that causes “beefy-red ulcers” on the genitals is reportedly on the “rise” in the United Kingdom.

“Figures suggest that donovanosis — which was previously thought to be restricted to places including India, Brazil and New Guinea — is becoming more common on these shores,” Dr. Shree Datta said, according to Wales Online.

“As well as the awful symptoms, it’s important people are aware that it’s a known risk factor for the transmission of HIV,” Datta advised.

“The early signs are lumps around the genitals or anus that increase in size and take on a beefy-red appearance,” the doctor explained.


It’s possible this could be especially dangerous for liberals because they are known to have their head up their…um… backside.

Healthline explains the symptoms of the sexually transmitted disease (STD) may include “widespread ulcers around the genital area and anus,” “bulging red bumps that may grow in size” and “loss of genital tissue color.”

“These can develop into ulcers that, without treatment, can become infected, which can result in pain and an unpleasant smell,” the obstetrician and gynecologist said. “It’s more likely to affect men.”

On a positive note, the bacteria do not actually eat your skin, it just looks that way.

The STD is typically transmitted through sexual activity but can also be spread through skin-to-skin contact such as from mother to baby during childbirth.

Datta explained that the best preventative treatment is contraception, but antibiotics should help alleviate the gruesome sores.

Some provided more Covid-friendly suggestions on how to stop the spread by wearing a mask around your under-region.

Datta warned of the possible side effects of the disease.

“But severe cases can lead to permanent scarring and damage to the genitals, as well as discolouration and even irreversible swelling, so this is definitely one to watch,” Datta explained.

However disturbing the infection sounds, it’s important to shed some light on the doctor’s warnings that capitalize on the fact that there was nearly a 100 percent increase in flesh-eating STD cases from 2016-2019.

The reality is, the case count rose from 19 in 2016 to a total of 30 cases in 2019. During the lockdowns in England, there were 18 cases.

There were only 18 cases.

In case you weren’t paying attention: that is a decline of nearly non-existent case count.

For even more perspective, there were over a million cases of Chlamydia and more than 250,000 cases of Gonorrhoea from 2016 to 2019 compared to the total 114 cases of Donovanosis in England during the same timeframe.

Ashley Hill

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