A male complex disease has claimed more than 30 lives in Saudi Arabian hospitals this year.
The disease is called thrush, and affects the muscles of the penis.
It is considered a chronic and progressive disease that affects tens of millions of men in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s biggest producers of pharmaceuticals.
The country produces more than two billion pills a year, according to the World Health Organization.
Thrush is a bacterial infection caused by a parasite that can cause the paralysis of the muscles, which may include the penis, the head and hands.
The symptoms can include numbness, tingling or burning, weakness and difficulty walking.
The cause of thrush is unknown.
The WHO estimates that at least 30,000 men in Saudi have thrush.
The World Health Organisation estimates that around 3.7 million men in Yemen have thrash.
In Saudi Arabia, the diagnosis of thrash is made through the PCR test, which is used to diagnose a variety of diseases, including tuberculosis, and the diagnosis is confirmed by a second PCR test.
Doctors say the diagnosis can be made from the PCR and a blood test, but they are not sure if the test is accurate.
The test is only carried out in the private sector, according the WHO.
Doctors have said they are unsure of the exact cause of the disease, but it is believed to be the result of the parasite.
“We have seen cases where a patient is found to have thrashes when he or she is not a man and the other case, a man with thrashes is in fact a woman,” said Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Hamad, head of the public health department at the Saudi Royal Court.
“This is a rare and severe case.
We do not know whether it is the result or the result alone of the infection, but we are trying to catch it in time.”
The disease has been recorded in more than 50 countries, but the Saudi government says it has been largely contained.
Dr. Al-Hammam says he has seen no cases in Saudi hospitals since the new year.
Saudi Health Minister Ali Al-Naimi said on January 30 that the country had been battling thrush in hospitals for years, but now they had managed to “reduce” the number of cases.
“The numbers of cases have decreased significantly since we took over responsibility for the health of our people in the early years of this year,” he said.
Saudi officials have previously announced that the number had been cut by 80 percent.
They have also said that they have made progress in the battle against the disease.
In February, the Health Ministry said that more than half of the country’s male-complex-related deaths had been caused by thrush and that more efforts would be made to tackle the disease in future.
But the WHO says that more work is needed.
The virus has also been reported in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.