There are approximately 1 million new cases of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) diagnosed in the United States each year. It usually affects sexually-active women during their childbearing years and nearly one in every seven women will receive treatment for PID during her life.
The Dangers of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease to a Woman's Sexual Health:
The more often a woman gets such an infection, the greater her risk of becoming infertile, and this risk doubles with every reoccurrence of the disease.
PID usually progresses in a two-stage process. At first the pathogen(s) infect the cervix (opening of the uterus). Next infection migrates up through the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries.
The treatment for PID is antibiotics, and in the earlier stages this may can cure the infection, however there is often more than one causative pathogen which may lead to treatment failure.
Once treatment has failed for whatever reasons, infected areas may be scarred or worse - blocked by infection and dead infected tissue debris. In such a case, resolving the well-seated infection may prove very difficult. Oral antibiotics alone may be ineffective and the woman then finds herself in the unenviable position of suffering ongoing pain and possibly infertility with few options.
Our 3D Clinic and our success in treating PID:
Our Clinic with our 3D treatment protocol specializes in treating women in this position where entrenched Western medical protocols of repetitive, ineffective oral antibiotics have made their personal and family life a misery. This Western medical stalemate is effectively an abandonment of a person's rights, caused only because that person has been placed in the "too hard" box by their medical professionals whose "expertise" too often extends no further than oral antibiotics.
If this sounds like your present situation, you can rest assured that such infections are curable using our unique treatment methods. A life of PID pain and infertility or at best, a undesirable pregnancy given the state of existing infection is TOTALLY CURABLE.. Read the next article in this category..
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