Causes of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)

The most typical cause of PID is sexually transmitted infections (STIs), particularly chlamydia and gonorrhoea.

The fallopian tubes can get infected with bacteria from the vagina, cervix, or uterus, leading to PID.

Pelvic procedures such as abortion, childbirth, or IUD insertion can introduce bacteria into the reproductive organs.

Douching can raise the risk of PID by disrupting the natural vaginal flora.

An individual may be more prone to PID if they have a weaker immune system from disease, stress, or a poor diet.

PID risk can be raised by having multiple sexual partners or a partner with a history of STIs.

Past occurrences of PID can raise the likelihood of future episodes.

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