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Does Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Attack People Without Sexual Life?

Pelvic inflammatory disease is a widespread female genital tract infection. The incidence of sexually transmitted diseases, induced abortion, and other factors increase the incidence of pelvic inflammatory disease. Not treated promptly and thoroughly can lead to infertility, tubal pregnancy, chronic pelvic pain, or recurrent inflammation.

Women's uterus, ovary, and fallopian tubes are located in the pelvic cavity. When the pelvic cavity has inflammations, it often affects the surrounding tissues and the pelvic membrane, resulting in inflammation of these parts, collectively known as pelvic inflammation. It mainly includes endometritis, salpingitis, tubal ovarian abscess, and pelvic peritonitis.
Under normal circumstances, the female reproductive system has a natural defense system. They can fully resist the attack of bacteria and viruses. Thus, they do not easily get pelvic inflammatory disease. Only when the body's resistance ability declines or women's natural defense function is destroyed because of other reasons, can lead to pelvic inflammation.
Does pelvic inflammatory disease attack people without sexual life?
In general, women who do not have sex are not prone to pelvic inflammatory disease, but this is not absolute. Pathogenic bacteria can get into the pelvic cavity through sexual intercourse and gynecological surgery and invade the pelvic cavity in other ways. Common ways are as follows:
1. Bad living habits
For example, bathing during periods is a common trigger. The resistance to menstruation is reduced, and the lower body is soaked in water. Thus, the pathogenic bacteria in the water can pass through the vagina and enter the inner genitalia to cause inflammation.
2. Unclean masturbation
Fingers or equipment surfaces are stained with bacteria and may even have gonococcal bacteria, mycoplasma, and other sexually transmitted pathogens. When these impurities are massaging the clitoris or inserted into the vagina, they can introduce germs into the genital tract and cause inflammation.
3. Other diseases
The most common disease is appendicitis. If appendicitis is delayed, the appendix becomes purulent and inflammatory exudates flow into the pelvic cavity, causing salpingitis. In acute enteritis, bacteria in the intestine can be transmitted to the genitals through blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, causing genital inflammation. Tuberculosis bacteria can enter the pelvic cavity through the bloodstream, and intestinal tuberculosis bacteria can directly invade the genitals, causing genital tuberculosis.
Therefore, rather than suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease after active treatment, it is better to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease early to help avoid the invasion of pelvic inflammatory disease.
How to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease?
1. Avoid unclean sex and reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases. The most effective way to prevent pelvic inflammatory disease is to prevent and control sexually transmitted diseases related to Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Pay attention to sexual health and clean genitalia before and after sex. If suffering from sexually transmitted diseases, you should refrain from sexual life and avoid sexual pathogens infections before curing the disease.
2. Prompt diagnosis and treatment of lower genital tract infection. Prompt treatment of vulva vaginitis can prevent pathogenic bacteria upward disease. Avoid self-medication. Delayed diagnosis and treatment can cause infection spread upward, leading to pelvic inflammation.
3. Pay attention to hygiene. Avoid incorrect hygiene habits and refrain from sex during menstruation to prevent infection. Good hygiene habits can eliminate a lot of gynecological inflammation. Avoid menstrual sex, bath, and swimming. Develop good pubic cleaning habits, and clean the pubic with water. Do not use soap or a variety of nursing liquid cleaning to avoid affecting the pubic defense mechanism. Change your underwear frequently, and don't wear tights.
4. Keep a positive mood. Do strengthening exercises to improve body resistance. Mental tension and depression may lead to a decline in immune function and pelvic inflammatory diseases. Balance work, life, and family properly. Exercise, maintain a positive mood, enhance physical fitness, and maintain a good physical and mental state.
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