A medical Doctor has revealed what happens when se3xually transmitted bacteria spread from a woman's private part to other parts of her body.
The Doctor made this known through a post he made on his official Twitter page, First Doctor or @firstdoctorr.
The medical expert equally revealed the disease that associates with the bacteria which he described as Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, PID.
He defined 'Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is an infection of female reproductive organs which usually occurs when the bacteria multiply through her reproductive organs.
The medical Doctor said that when bacteria like Se3xual Transmitted Infections STIs like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea enters a woman's birth canal, it multiplies and attack the reproductive organs like the womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
He added that when that occurs, the woman can become infertile.
Writing on his Twitter page, the Doctor said, "Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, PVD. It's an infection of female reproductive organs which usually occurs when bacteria STI's like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea spreads from the [email protected] into the womb, Fallopian tubes and ovaries. It can cause infertility".
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