What is it?
Mycoplasma genitalium (MGen) is an STI (sexually transmitted infection).
How do I get it?
- Unprotected vaginal, anal or oral (sex without a condom)
How do I know if I have MGen?
- most people who have MGen do not develop any symptoms and will naturally clear the infection without antibiotics
- If you do develop symptoms, you may experience:
- pain when peeing
- unusual discharge from the vagina or penis
- in women, pain in the tummy, bleeding after sex and bleeding between periods
Where can I get tested?
- Contact Grampian Sexual Health Services - call 0345 337 9900