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Is it possible for a virgin to have pid?

Is it possible for a virgin to have pid?

Technically yes!: With external rubbing of genitalia and oral sex, even though direct penetration does not occur! Ceertainly would be NOT a common occurrence! ...Read more

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Is it possible for a virgin to get PID, because I was recently diagnosed and treated but the symptom has started and I have never had sex.

Is it possible for a virgin to get PID, because I was recently diagnosed and treated but the symptom has started and I have never had sex.

Possible, unlikely: Most PID is due to STD, but there are exceptions. Still, speak with your doctor about how certain s/he is about the diagnosis. PID is easily confused with other lower abdominal problems. ...Read more

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Can a virgin have a pid?

Can a virgin have a pid?

Most likely not: Most of the time pid is caused by a sexually transmitted infection, so since you haven't had sex you couldn't have an std. However several times I have seen a woman who has never had sex get pid. The infection comes from bacteria in the vagina for some reason we don't understand getting up into the uterus and causing the infection. ...Read more

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Can a virgin acquire pid?

Can a virgin acquire pid?

PID: Pid is a sexually transmitted disease usually caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. If you have sex without penetration, you are still exposed to sperm and can get pid. Pelvic pain, discharge or a fever, or no symptoms can occur. It can damage to the fallopian tubes and cause infertility. If diagnosed early, treatment will reduce any risk for complications. ...Read more

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I have PID. I am single and Virgin Why this was happen to me?

Very unusual: Make sure the diagnosis is right, rarely other intra abdominal processes such as appendicitis can result in PID, or even more rare abdominal/pelvic tuberculosis ...Read more

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Hello I inal, I have PID and I am 22 years old and most important, I am still virgin. I don't understand that why this is to me. Please reply?

Pid: Usually PID is caused by a sexually transmitted disease, but in women who douch, it tends to move the bacteria up causing inflammation. of the tubes and masks any discharge from the vaginal orifice hence one does not seek attention, usually mistaken for appendicitis in virginal females. ...Read more

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Signs and symptoms of PID in virgins???

Not PID: Women who have never engaged in sexual intercourse (virgin) should not concern themselves with PID, which is a consequence of untreated sexually transmitted infections. ...Read more

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Can a virgin lady be contacted by PID and Acyesis infection and what are the implication?

Can a virgin lady be contacted by PID and Acyesis infection and what are the implication?

Possibly, yes: Occasional cases of pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) are not sexually acquired and not due to STDs. PID in virgins is uncommon but probably occurs from time to time. I don't understand what you mean by "acyesis infection". Acyesis is an old medical term meaning non-pregnant, not much used these days. ...Read more

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The doctor at the hospital suggested I see a gynecologist because he thinks I may have PID but I am a virgin. Is that possible?

The doctor at the hospital suggested I see a gynecologist because he thinks I may have PID but I am a virgin. Is that possible?

Yes it is: Acute and Chronic Salpingitis (PID) can occur without intercourse. For example TB induced infection, more common outside of the United States. ...Read more

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I have lower left pelvic pain, intense vaginal cramps and bright red bleeding. I'm a virgin can I have PID? Normal pelvic exam. Douched days earlier.

I have lower left pelvic pain, intense vaginal cramps and bright red bleeding. I'm a virgin can I have PID? Normal pelvic exam. Douched days earlier.

See doctor: Depending on when the pain started and when your period is due there are many causes of pelvic pain. The only way to figure this out is to see your doctor for a physical exam and possible testing. If you have never had unprotected intercourse then there is no way you would have PID. ...Read more

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How does a virgin get PID? I have lower left abdominal pain. History of ovarian cyst. 2 normal pelvic exams bu irregular bleedin. BloodTest show anemia

How does a virgin get PID? I have lower left abdominal pain. History of ovarian cyst. 2 normal pelvic exams bu irregular bleedin. BloodTest show anemia

Cant be PID: Pelvic inflammatory disease requires that micro organisms pass up the vagina into the cervix and from there travel up the fallopian tubes to produce abscesses. Having ovarian cysts and bleeding into the pelvis with associated pain and a normal pelvic exam along with a virginal status rules out PID ...Read more

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What is pid?

What is pid?

PID: A sexually transmitted disease usually due to gonorrhea. Gives severe pelvic pain and can lead to infertility. Must be treated in both the female and male partner. ...Read more

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What is pid?

Pelvic Inflammatory: Pelvis inflammatory disease. Can be from acute infection or chronic. Chronic can lead to infertility. ...Read more

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How is PID cured?

How is PID cured?

Antibiotic: Pid is an infectious disease caused bacteria. Therefore, antibiotic is the proper treatment. The bacteria involved may or may not be sexually transmitted and in many cases multiple bacterial strains are involved. The diagnosis is often clinical and generally cannot be confirmed accurately without sophisticated evaluation. If antibiotic therapy doesn't result in resolution of pain, see your doc. ...Read more

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Can men catch pid?

No, but...: Pid is infectious inflammation of the uterus and the fallopian tubes and possibly the pelvic space above the tubes, but men can certainly catch the causes of pid, which appear in men as inflammation of the urethra due to the gonococcus or chlamydia. Other kinds of sexually transmitted disease can also be caught by both sexes, even though some of them are not associated with pid. ...Read more

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What causes PID in women?

What causes PID in women?

Usually Infection: Pid, or pelvic inflammatory disease is usually caused by an infection. Left untreated, the infection can cause permanent damage. If treated early and correctly, then infertility is much less likely. ...Read more

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Can PID go away naturally?

PID: Sometimes the symptoms go away but the infection does not. You must go get treated and complete the treatment as prescribed even if you feel ok. If you do not you risk permanent damage and infertility. ...Read more

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How do I cure PID from home?

No home remedy: Pelvic inflammatory disease-PID is an infection that affects the female reproductive organs i.e. uterus, ovaries, fallopian tube vagina. If the cervix is exposed to an STD like chlamydia or gonorrhea, the infection can spread to the upper genital tract. Untreated PID can lead to scarring, complicated abscesses and infertility. Drs need to test which bug for proper treatment. Go to Doctor today! ...Read more

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Is PID a recurring condition?

Is PID a recurring condition?

It can be: Pid technically refers to an infection in the upper pelvic organs. Of course another infection can be caught after one is cured. But true re-occurrence either means the original treatment was insufficient or pain due to the prior infection is being interpreted as reinfection. ...Read more

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How can I keep from getting pid?

Condoms: Pid, pelvic inflammatory disease is usually caused by an infection. The diagnosis is based on cultures, physical exam, and imaging studies such as pelvic ultrasound and cat scans. Left untreated, the damage can be permanent. Condoms are helpful but not fool proof. To be certain, have your partner tested before having sex. ...Read more

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How long can a PID go undetected?

For months and years: Especially chlamydia infections can make so subtle symptoms that women don't see a doctor, and may be diagnosed when the damage is done: scarred fallopian tubes that set them up for tubal pregnancies or not being able to get pregnant at all. ...Read more

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What is the drug for choice for pid?

What is the drug for choice for pid?

Depends: Depends on what the anticipated cause of the pid is and on how sick you are. Pid by definition is infection of the upper genital tract structions in women (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and may involve neighboring pelvic organs). See dr. Christiaan maurer's response for the specific antibiotic recommendations. ...Read more

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Are there any tests for case of pid?

Are there any tests for case of pid?

Cultures and exams: Pid, pelvic inflammatory disease is usually caused by an infection. The diagnosis is based on cultures, physical exam, and imaging studies such as pelvic ultrasound and cat scans. Left untreated, the damage can be permanent. ...Read more

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What are the common symptoms of pid?

What are the common symptoms of pid?

Pelvic pain: Pelvic (low abdominal) pain is the main symptom, usually on both sides, sometimes especially painful during sex. Often vaginal discharge, sometimes with strong odor. Severe cases can have fever. Identical symptoms caused by many other gyn or gastrointestinal problems. See a doctor about these symptoms or if otherwise concerned about PID. Good lucik! ...Read more

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Is there a test to find out if I have pid?

Yes: Usually a pelvic exam and a cervical culture provides the answer. Other sources of pelvic pain can be misinterpreted as pid, and frequently are in the emergency department. A positive culture is definitive; an exam alone always includes an element of opinion. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have kids if you had pid?

Probably: Recurrent pelvic infections may result in scarring of the tubes leading to infertility, ectopic preganancy and chronic pelvic pain. If your tubes are blocked because of old infections, you can still carry a pregnancy but only after in vitro fertilization. ...Read more

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Can you tell me which are the signs of PID?

Can you tell me which are the signs of PID?

Pelvic infections: PID, or pelvic inflammatory disease, is something that affects a woman's reproductive organs. There could be symptoms of lower abdominal pain, vaginal discharge, fever, burning with urination, pain with sex, or trouble with menstruation. Longer term, PID can cause complications such as infertility, ectopic pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, etc. Best to see your GYN if you have Qs. It can be treated! ...Read more