A study was conducted lately by numerous scientists of the CDC. This particular study indicates that if the sexual relationships between gay men and bisexuals will be reduced, the spread of monkeypox can be lessened but not finished. The study can be found in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Since the cases of monkeypox have been spreading since 2022, professionals have said that the primary route of transmission is the sexual contact of men with different other male partners.
Some recent surveys have said that men who had a sexual relationship with men have made use of various measures. The same was done to protect themselves from monkeypox. The professionals at CDC predicted that the most common measure that should be taken as of 2022 is to lessen men-to-men sexual relationships.
A plethora of models of sexual infection transmission by the CDC has been taken into consideration by the experts. They did the same to study what exactly happens when human immunodeficiency virus and gonorrhea spreads from one person to another. The study is conducted taking into account the USA for now. The same study was also used to understand the concept of Men to men’s sexual relationships to reduce the spread of monkeypox.
The highlights of the CDC study explain the lessening of monkeypox only if MSM is avoided. There is no denying that the number of men-to-men sexual relationships can work wonders when it comes to controlling monkeypox in the USA, and other non-endemic countries.
The scientists also say that monkeypox can also be stopped from spreading if people take necessary precautions and use contraceptive measures while having intercourse.
Now it will be worth seeing if men stop building sexual relationships with men or if the monkeypox virus will continue to spread in the future.
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