Five tips to prevent PID

Author: Dr. Lee
Time: 2016/2/19 11:57:45

PID which is known as a condition bringing symptoms like abdominal pain, irregular menstrual bleeding, and pain during intercourse, low back pain, fever, fatigue, diarrhea, vomiting and painful or difficult urination is a stubborn disease to be cured. Many years ago, there is no effective treatment due to the complicated complications and symptoms. But with the development of modern medicine, herbal medicine named Fuyan Pill gains a well-known reputation on curing pelvic inflammatory disease

pelvic inflammatory disease

Although there is effective way for the pelvic inflammatory disease, if the PID is preventable, prevention is better than curing. Therefore, the theme of this article is prevention for PID.

1.Make the safe sex as the priority

Generally speaking, the PID is the consequence of untreated chlamydia which is easily to be gained via unsafe sex. Therefore, safe sex is the thing that must be followed. Women should use condoms every time, limit the sexual partners and ask about the sexual history of a potential partner.

2.Say no to douche

You may learn too much of the advantages of douche from internet, but trust me, the douche isn't a good thing for women for it can upset the balance of bacteria of the vagina. 

3.Pay attention to hygiene habits. 

The genital hygiene is another thing that women should keep in mind. In addition to washing the vagina and changing the underwear every day, Wipe from front to back after urinating or having a bowel movement to avoid introducing bacteria from your colon into the vagina. 


Take regular tests. If you are at risk of an STD, please make an appointment with your doctor. What's more, your partner should also receive regular test. If you have pelvic inflammatory disease, you may transfer the infection to your partner. In a word, regular tests help avoiding pelvic inflammatory disease and receiving timely treatment.

5.Talk to doctor about contraception

Some forms of contraception may affect the risk of developing PID. The IUD which is a contraceptive intrauterine device may increase the risk of developing in the first few weeks after insertion. To reduce the risk, condom and birth control pills are better choice. 

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