I experience the same awful pain and I'm glad that I am not the only one who does! But I have come to realize that when I take my tampon out, the pain stops. Maybe I need to start using those new menstrual cup things instead of tampons because the pain is so bad whenever it comes that I don't know what to do. Hopefully this helps you guys out a little, cause it does for me.View Thread
Chlamydia is now one of most common sexually transmitted infections (STI) in the world. It is estimated that close to 90 million people in the world today suffer from this kind of infection but many of them are unaware of it simply because the symptoms of Chlamydia don't exhibit themselves in a majority of the population. The most common spread way is sexual intercourse. Thus, we also call it sexually transmitted disease. But is there any other ways that could transmit chlamydia? Could one catch chlamydia from a public toilet seat?[br> [br>Yes, Chlamydia can be transmitted in many other ways, such as during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Chlamydia can also be passed from an infected mother to her baby during vaginal childbirth. Any sexually active person can be infected with chlamydia. The greater the number of sex partners, the greater the risk of infection.[br> [br>And of course, it is possible to catch an infection from a toilet seat in a public bathroom, but the seat is relatively low in risk compared to other surfaces in the bathroom.[br> [br>It is a myth that you can catch a sexually transmitted disease from a toilet seat. There is no medical evidence that anyone has ever caught gonorrhea, syphilis, or chlamydia from a public toilet. The organisms that cause these (and the majority of other diseases, for that matter) cannot live for a long time on a hard surface like a toilet seat. You would have to bring your genitals into contact with the toilet seat itself--which would mean that you were sitting on it wrong--and then sit for a while to actually catch an infection.[br> [br>What about catching other types of infections from a toilet seat? Possibly, yes. There are some disease-causing organisms that can be found on a toilet seat. These include Staphylococcus strains, E. coli, Streptococcus strains, and norovirus, all of which can be carried in feces. If feces are visible on the toilet seat, choose another toilet. If you are still nervous about toilet seats, use an antiseptic wipe on the seat before you sit down. These are available in pocket-sized packets.[br> [br>And if unfortunately you have caught chlamydia, you should get the treatment immediately. Although the treatments for chlamydia are always antibiotics, the effects of them are just so so. Fortunately, there is an herbal medicine fuyan pill, which has been proven effective by many clinic cases. As Fuyan Pill is a traditional Chinese medicines to cure chlamydia infection, it has no side effect at all. It brings no damage to kidneys or liver while treating the infection, as a result, traditional Chinese medicines can be the most appropriate alternatives for chlamydia infection.View Thread
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