Its role in causing serious disease in women
remains a matter of uncertainty, but but most studies suggest it's not a major player in
PID, infertility, etc -- not nearly as important in this regard as gonorrhea or chlamydia. Probably the large majority of M gen infections never cause symptoms, and for sure most infections are never diagnosed or treated, and clear up on their own. I cannot imagine it is worth the time and expense to travel internationally to get some new drug for it.