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    Chlamydia and Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID) are very common sexually transmitted infection and disease respectively. This paper is about finding the correlation between chlamydia and pelvic inflammatory disease and how factors like age, socioeconomic conditions, medical facilities, variants of same bacteria can alter the results of progression from chlamydia to PID found in same population under study. Untreated chlamydia can cause more serious medical conditions like PID, infertility and ectopic

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    Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: A Closer Look into the Disease Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is a painful disease both physically and emotionally. PID is caused by bacteria in the vaginal canal that is most commonly the result of two sexually transmitted infections, chlamydia and gonorrhea. Determining if one has the infection is challenging due to the sometimes nonexistent symptoms, however, if PID is not treated, the bacteria will is severely damage the female reproduction organs which can cause

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    scheduling regular checkups with the doctor. However, there are several diseases that affect the human female body. Pelvic inflammatory disease is one of many diseases that affect the female reproductive system, and it is a disease women should be concerned with. Pelvic inflammatory disease is an infectious disease that invades the female reproductive organs such as the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. Pelvic inflammatory disease also known as PID, is caused by infectious bacteria such as Chlamydia

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    About three years ago, I had a condition called Pelvic inflammatory disease also known as PID. Pelvic inflammatory disease is a sexual transmitted infection which inflamed my pelvic organs such as: my uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and cervix (M.Stoppler). It is caused by microorganisms ascending along the mucous surfaces of my vagina into the endometrial cavity (A. Black). Chlamydia, gonorrhea, bacterial vaginosis, mycoplasma hominis, ureaplasma urealyticum and trichmonas vaginalis are common

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    Reproductive Disorders Case Report

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    transmitted diseases presents with a history of pain in her lower abdomen, pelvis and low back and heavy vaginal discharge with an unpleasant odor. She also reports irregular menstrual bleeding and the pain is worse during intercourse. She has had fatigue and diarrhea and vomiting as well as painful and difficult urination. With the symptoms the 23 year old female is experiencing, the most likely diagnosis is pelvic inflammatory disease. The symptoms for pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) vary from

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    your story but it is the story of many women in Tennessee. Girls and women struggle with this decision daily. Actually, “3 out of 10 women in the U.S. have an abortion by the time they are 45 years old” (“Abortion Information”). [List] “Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Uterine Perforation, Placenta Previa, Pre-term Delivers, Handicapped Newborns, Ectopic Pregnancy, Cancer, and Death” (“Abortion Risks: A List of Major”)-These side

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    Gonorrhea, oldest of the sexual diseases since the medieval times, which is also called the “clap” or “drip” before it was discovered. The earliest record of the disease is found from 1611 when the English Parliament made a law to make sure that the contagious infection was reduced. Since then we have come a long way to discover various amounts of antibiotics to cure it along with learning about symptoms and how to avoid coming in contact with it. If gonorrhea isn’t taken care of properly and as

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    Case Study on Pregancy Pain

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    endangering her baby. What do you explain and advise? I would also ask questions as to whether or not she is suffering from any other symptoms. Ordering blood and urine work on her is also an excellent idea. In Amanda’s case study she suggested the pelvic ultrasound. I would take it even a bit further. It is called a “transvaginal ultrasound”. I would explain to her the benefits and/or risks of using this remarkable device. The ultrasound has been around since the 1950s and is considered safe and

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    chlamydia

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    is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the U.S. This infection is easy to spread because it often causes no symptoms and can be passed without knowing to sexual partners. Chlamydia is primarily progressed during oral, vaginal, or anal sexual contact with your partner. In fact, about 75% of infections in women and 50% in men are without symptoms. New chlamydial infections are more numerous than any other sexually transmitted diseases. Some estimate that the actual incidence could

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    Gonorrhea and Antibiotic Resistance

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    Gonorrhea and Antibiotic Resistance Aspects to Ponder: What is gonorrhea? Describe the pathophysiology if this disease, include biochemical/cellular/histological alterations. How is this disease transmitted? What system does it affect? Can it lead to other disorders? What is pelvic inflammatory disease? What is epididymitis? What do you treat gonorrhea with and how does it work? Why is the number of gonorrhea cases going up? Is it due to antibiotic resistance? What is an antibiotic? http://www

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