Posted October 17, 2018 05:33:01 The number of female sexual-transmitted diseases in the United States has jumped from an estimated 500,000 in 2013 to 3.5 million in 2018, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The data is from the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSS) and reflects the number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among people aged 15 and older, as well as the number who have a sexual partner.
For example, among men aged 15 to 24, the number was 476,000, while among women it was 726,000.
The data shows that sexual activity with an STD is on the rise, and the number is expected to increase again in the next decade, according the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).
The NIAID, which is part of the NIH, conducts a nationwide survey of more than 3,000 American adults, including women.
The survey collects information about sexual behavior, health, and substance abuse among people of all ages, ethnicities, and genders.
For the second consecutive year, the NHSS data revealed that the number and prevalence of STIs in the U.S. has been increasing among women in the past decade.
As of December 2018, the prevalence of gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and trichomoniasis among women was 8.4%, and for men it was 13.4%.
The data also revealed that among those who had sex with a partner in the previous 12 months, 19% of women and 10% of men reported having had a sex partner who had a STI.
The proportion of STI cases among women increased from 17.7% in 2014 to 24.4% in 2018.
In 2018, 5.5% of the U,S.
population reported having been infected with gonorrheal disease.
In comparison, 1.3% of people who had never had gonorrhosis infection had gonorrhoea.
The prevalence of syphilis among women also increased from 3.2% in 2013, to 4.4 in 2018; the proportion of people with syphilis infection among women fell from 1.4 to 0.6%.
The number and percentage of people living with a mental illness also increased among women from 2.6% in 2015 to 4% in 2017.
Among men, the figure rose from 1% in 2016 to 3% in 2019.
In contrast, the rate of men with mental illness decreased from 5.6 to 3%.
For the first time in the NHSP’s survey, the total number of people aged 25 and older with an STI and other sexually transmitted diseases was found to be higher among women than men.
In 2016, 9.5 percent of women had an STIs, compared with 3.4 percent of men.
According to the data, there were 4.5 times as many cases of sylvatic syndrome among women as men.
As a result, the majority of the female population aged 15-24 had gonococcal disease, and nearly two-thirds of these women had sylvasis, or the presence of yeast in their vaginal secretions.
According the NHS, women are more likely to have sylvaxis if they have a history of sexually active partners, and they are more at risk of getting the disease.
The number with a history increased from 1 in 2014, to 3 in 2018 and to 6 in 2020.
The rate of syllaxis among women who had had sexual intercourse was highest among women of childbearing age, and among young women in general, and increased significantly from 2013 to 2018, when 8.7 percent of these younger women had had sex.
However, the increase in the rate was not statistically significant.
In 2020, the proportion who had tested positive for chlamydial infection rose from 2% in 2007 to 4%, and the proportion with a prior infection was 5.1% in 2010, to 8.5%, according to a CDC analysis.
According a 2016 CDC study, the incidence of sylfromic arthritis, a condition characterized by joint pain and swelling in the arches of the feet and feet, increased from 5,600 in 2013 and 2014 to 14,000 and 17,000 cases, respectively, in 2018 after a decline in the rates in previous years.
The incidence of osteomyelitis, a disease characterized by inflammation of the joints, increased by 9,000 from 2007 to 2018.
The rise in cases and the overall number of cases among the young has been linked to the increasing use of condoms in the US.
The CDC also reports that in 2018 there were 1.2 million new cases of HIV among people ages 15-44, with 2.1 million new infections among people between the ages of 45 and 64.
In 2017, the country reported that there were 3