Popular science information has been developed enough. However, many women still find it difficult to talk about gynecological diseases, and even many people think that gynecological diseases of girls are improper in their private lives.
Although some gynecological diseases may be related to males, it does not directly indicate that gynecological diseases are improper sexual life. Even if there is no sexual life, there may be gynecological diseases!
The repeated gynecological diseases of girls may be related to boys.
When they have sex, if the boys ignore personal hygiene, the pathogenic microorganisms will be transmitted to the girls, and the girls will suffer from gynecological diseases.
If a girl has the following gynecological diseases, it is suggested that her partner should have a check together:
1. Vaginitis (Trichomonas, mycoplasma and chlamydia, gonococcus)
If men have prepuce glanitis and are infectious simultaneously, it is possible to infect female students and lead to vaginitis in sexual life without any safety measures. On the contrary, if a girl is sick, it may also be transmitted to a boy. Therefore, some people often complain that vaginitis is always repeated and difficult to treat. It may be caused by cross infection.
In addition, if you ignore personal hygiene, have poor resistance, have diabetes, and even if you don't have sex, you may get fungal vaginitis.
2. Pelvic inflammatory disease
Frequent sexual life, multiple sexual partners, sexual partners with sexually transmitted diseases, menstrual sexual life, and poor menstrual hygiene habits are all high-risk factors for pelvic inflammation.
Regardless of the pathogen isolated from patients with pelvic inflammation, it is recommended that their sexual partners be tested for sexually transmitted diseases to avoid the risk of reinfection. Because at this time, the sexual partner may have been infected with gonococcus or Chlamydia trachomatis but did not show symptoms.
3. Chronic cervicitis
Under normal circumstances, the cervix has a variety of defense functions, which can prevent pathogenic bacteria from entering the upper reproductive tract. But after having a stable sex life, the female reproductive tract is in a relatively open state, increasing the chances of bacteria being invaded. Even if the secretions of the private parts have the effect of self-purification, sometimes they can not resist foreign bacteria and viruses.
Especially after the cervix is damaged by delivery, abortion, sexual intercourse, or surgical operation, the single-layer columnar epithelium of the cervical canal has a poor ability to resist infection. And it is prone to infection.
4. HPV infection
HPV infection in the female genital tract is divided into low-risk and high-risk types (related to the occurrence of cervical cancer). Its transmission route is mainly sexual contact. Sexually active young women are the high-risk population.
Men are an essential factor in HPV infection. If men are infected with HPV (most of them do not get sick) and do not use condoms in the same room, they may be infected with girls.
Of course, some people are indirectly infected by nonsexual contacts, such as polluted environment, utensils, underwear, towels, unclean sanitary napkins, coins or public toilets, bathtubs, etc. But it is rare.
Some STDs include condyloma acuminatum, genital herpes, gonorrhea, etc. If the man is infected with such diseases, it can be transmitted to the girl through sexual intercourse. In addition, some will be transmitted through blood transfusion and mother-to-child transmission.
If you have persistent pain in the lower abdomen, swelling, increased leucorrhea and odor, abdominal pain during menstruation, and increased menstrual volume, you must go to the hospital in time.