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Beware, Contraceptives Could Cause Bladder Infections

Health Insurance – For married couples, contraception is certainly becoming very commonplace to use when sex, especially for those who want to delay the arrival of pregnancy or regulate the distance from one pregnancy to another. Not only that, many couples are also wearing Contraceptives with health reasons like preventing the transmission of some diseases, particularly venereal disease. Although it can provide many benefits for health, in such assessment, the use of contraception also can give side effects. One is the increasing likelihood of bladder infections.

Many health experts advise us to be conscientious in their contraception tool wear. For example, there are contraceptives on the market that turned out to contain a diaphragm or spermicides that also has a material form of nonoxynol-9. Diaphragm material alone could make natural urine flow rate be more obstructed so that it will make the urinary tract becomes an ideal place for a lot of harmful bacteria to breed. In addition, spermicides can also irritate the skin, especially if we have allergies, and can also make the growth of harmful bacteria in the urinary tract.

Some other contraceptives are widely used by the general public as Pill turns to not be separated from the presence of side effects to health like a decline in estrogen levels in the body. In fact, the hormone estrogen it is important in maintaining healthy tissues of the vagina in the female body.

It’s good we’re doing consultations first with the doctor before actually wearing contraceptives. With proper consultation, then we can choose a fairly safe contraceptives used in our body without giving the negative health effects on the body.

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