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Change in Milk Bacteria and Effect in Teenage Girls
Milk has been known to be important in the growth of human beings as well as other suckling mammals. This fact that cuts every corner of the globe may make it hard for one to comprehend that milk also has disease causing bacteria. Scientists however, have proven beyond any reasonable doubt that indeed such bacteria exist in milk. The list of these bacteria is endless and the diseases caused by them have had extensive effects on human body functioning. Change in milk bacteria has been found to affect the prevalence of a number of diseases. To counter this, pasteurization of milk was discovered to kill a huge number of diseases causing bacterium. However, pasteurization does not kill every bacterium (Gupta 52).
Milk products such as cheese, yoghurt and butter carry the potential of having some bacterium in them. Their consumption in large numbers is relative to an increasing risk of affection. For instance, increased intake milk products correlate with but do not necessarily cause adolescent acne. At this point, it is good to note that milk has two layers one that contains fat and one that does not. The fatty layer has hormones such as progesterone and androgens that stimulate acne. Acne leads to hormonal imbalances and thus abnormal experiences in regard to menstruation (Fox 45).
The number of diseases caused by bacteria is large but this paper intends to focus on female genital tuberculosis as one of them. Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium causes this disease. A person suffering from this disease, experiences the following symptoms; abdominal pain from the lower side, oligomenorrhoea, menstrual disorders, infertility, dyspareunia, vaginal discharges, fatigue, pelvic mass, weightloss among many others. The major treatments include surgery and chemotherapy and use of…...

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