According to local media such as Lancashire, the rare disease is known as donovanosis or inguinal granuloma and causes ulcers "comecarne" in the area of the genitals of the woman mentioned above.
The condition was caused by an opportunistic bacterium that could have been transmitted through sexual contact, when one of its partners was infected and when there was contact with the gastric ulcer, even with the latent microorganism.
"It is a very rare and unpleasant condition and could be one of the first times that it has been registered in the UK The bacterium that causes the disease, known as" klebsiella granulomatis & # 39 ;, "infects the skin around the sexual organs, the groin or the It causes pain and disintegration of the skin when the meat is effectively consumed, Shamir Patel, a pharmacist, told the media.
An expert cited in the paper explains that the possibilities of combating the disease depended on the patient who received an antibiotic treatment, but with the risk of a relapse between weeks 6 and 8, after the treatment.
It is important that the medicines are given as soon as possible because the bacteria can "rot" the flesh around the genitals and, in addition, this disease increases the risk of HIV transmission.
According to Actualidad RT, the condition is common in India, Papua New Guinea, the Caribbean, central Australia and southern Africa. Therefore, cases have been observed in the United Kingdom and the United States of patients who had had sex unprotected at those sites.