Pelvic inflammation and the risk of infertility

Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection of the upper female reproductive organs which are uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and pelvic peritoneum.


The most related causes are including multiple sex partners or the partner with sexually transmitted disease, for instance. The condition mostly spreads from vagina, cervix, to the upper pelvis.

Pelvic inflammation can harm fallopian tubes, cause fascia, and finally lead blocked fallopian tubes. Moreover, it is associated to the delayed treatment.

To use condom is a prevention of the disease. It can prevent cervical infection for up to 50% when using correctly.

Don’t forget to receive a medical care and protect yourself every time for your good health in the future.


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