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"It’s normal for there to be bacteria in the vagina, where it remains unless it’s pushed into the uterus through the cervix by medical devices, IUDS, or tampons that aren’t changed regularly. If a pathway is created, the bacteria that is harmless in the vagina can become an infection in the uterus. It’s common for vaginal bacteria to travel up the string into the uterus and fallopian tubes, causing infections and a host of other problems and unnecessary treatments, including foreign-body inflammation/reaction, adhesions, occlusion (blocking) of the fallopian tubes, ectopic pregnancies, birth deformities, sterility, castration, and even death, if the problems go untreated." From THE H WORD, by Nora W. Coffey and Rick Schweikert

August 12, 2009 - 8:51am


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