Sexually transmitted diseases are known to be one of the biggest problems as a result of unprotected sex.
It is important to be aware of what type of couple will have a sexual relationship, and put protection above all things, there are different types of diseases, from 30 different types of bacteria, and therefore we can conclude that no one is exempt from them, regardless of race, sex, social class or age.
The female intimate area is very careful, it needs a deep and dedicated hygiene through soaps and other specific products, as well as to increase the care after sexual relations.
The most common is an inflammation of the tissue of the cervix, the most seen symptoms in women is itching, pain at the time of sexual intercourse, irregular flow of yellowish or grayish color, in addition to this there is also bleeding at the end of the sexual relationship, predominating more in patients with menopause.
Cervicitis, which is and how it can be avoided
The name of this inflammation is cervicitis, and it can be caused by a sexually transmitted disease, by being allergic to latex, when condoms have been used or by some device that has been placed internally as the diu.
Although it is not deadly, if we can say that it is quite annoying to have this kind of problems because of its persistent symptoms and it can be suffered during a lifetime.
However, here we tell you several recommendations on how to reduce the chances of contracting it.
One of the products that we use most without knowing that it is high in chemicals and irritates us, are sanitary towels with too much perfume and douching, avoids its use.
Make sure that when you put a tampon is completely good. If it is an internal contraceptive method, that is placed in the best way, that your doctor is trusted and will not move causing you later damages.
Maintain the hygiene that this area requires. Be aware of when and how to change or clean your devices.
Verify through a blood test, that your partner is healthy.
Stay faithful only to your partner
Use protection every time you have sex to avoid risks.
Go to the gynecologist every 6 months, maximum once a year to check that everything is fine.