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Can std's prevent women from having children?
4 doctors weighed in

Dr. Richard Pollard
Anesthesiology
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In brief: See below
If an std causes scarring of the fallopian tubes it can prevent the egg from being fertilized.
Talk with your obstetrician about your condition.

In brief: See below
If an std causes scarring of the fallopian tubes it can prevent the egg from being fertilized.
Talk with your obstetrician about your condition.
Dr. Richard Pollard
Dr. Richard Pollard
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Dr. Sunil Bochare
Pediatrics
In brief: Yes, it can.
Untreated or recurrent std can cause infertility.

In brief: Yes, it can.
Untreated or recurrent std can cause infertility.
Dr. Sunil Bochare
Dr. Sunil Bochare
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Dr. Marcus Degraw
Pediatrics
In brief: Sometimes...
Yes, infections like gonnorhea and chlamydia can cause inflammation called PID that cam lead to scarring on the fallopian tubes making pregnancy very difficult.
It can also lead to pregnancy inside the tube, which is an emergency and potentially deadly. Hpv can lead to cancer and pre-cancer lesions that need surgery and that can cause trouble such as incompetent cervix or even hysterectomy.

In brief: Sometimes...
Yes, infections like gonnorhea and chlamydia can cause inflammation called PID that cam lead to scarring on the fallopian tubes making pregnancy very difficult.
It can also lead to pregnancy inside the tube, which is an emergency and potentially deadly. Hpv can lead to cancer and pre-cancer lesions that need surgery and that can cause trouble such as incompetent cervix or even hysterectomy.
Dr. Marcus Degraw
Dr. Marcus Degraw
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