Infections with sexually transmitted pathogens (STI), in particular Chlamydia trachomatis, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma and Trichomonas, often lead to inflammation of the urogenital tract. Untreated, they may ascend and eventually lead to infertility. Some pathogens, such as Treponema pallidum, can spread in the whole body and lead to a generalised infection and even to death. In a part of infections with sexually transmitted pathogens, symptoms only occur late or in certain stages of the infection, so that they often remain undetected for a long time. In addition to the direct consequences for the patient, infections with most of the above pathogens during pregnancy can lead to intrauterine death, premature birth or damage to the foetus. Moreover, many pathogens can be transmitted to the newborn during birth, causing severe postnatal infections.
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