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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
PID: Pid is resulting from sexual relationship esp. Unsafe and casual relatioship without protection in the first place. We always advise to have safe, monogamous relationship if sexual partners respected each others and their own conscience rhen. Rarely it may cause by poor hygiene, sequale to cervicovaginitis. If you answer above questions you should have the answer. Take care. ...Read more
How do I find out if undiagnosed PID (pelvic inflamatory disease) has left me infertile and who gave it to me?
Unknown: There is no magic number. It all depends on your body and your immunity. If your immunity is low the disease can reek havoc. If it is high it will keep the progression of the disease in check. ...Read more
Can you tell if you had pelvic inflammatory disease from having chlamydia? If so, how long do u have to have PID to cause damage?
Uncertain: Chlamydia is the most common cause of PID, but most chlamydial infections don't result in PID. There are no data on duration of PID and permantent tubal damage, but the longer infection is present without treatment, probably the greater the risk of permanent damage. Also, second and later chlamydial infections often cause more damage than first infections. ...Read more
Can you have Pelvic inflammatory disease without chlamydia or Gonorreah? I have PID SX but clear swabs
Of course.: Gonorrhea and Chlamydia are just 2 or the organisms that cause PID, I think that you were wise to rule these out if you are having symptoms. Just remember that you can have pelvic symptoms that mimic PID without an infection at all. Ovarian cysts can leak, rupture or twist. Endometriosis can cause great pain and scar tissue and on and on. Consult a physician to make an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more