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Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
It is important to note that frequent changes in sexual partners increases the risk of exposing oneself to the risks and complications associated with chlamydia and gonorrhea, the main bugs responsible for salpingitis. The use of a latex or polyurethane condom with new sexual partners offers an excellent means of decreasing the risks for chlamydia and gonorrhea, and other sexually transmitted illnesses. Once you have deemed your new sexual relationship to be stable, and prior to passing from protected to unprotected sexual relations, consider STI testing together. This done, your risks of contracting an STI and its associated complications will be greatly decreased. If there are symptoms suggestive of an STI or salpingitis, consult!
When a woman employs an IUD for contraception purposes, the risk for salpingitis is present in two specifif situations: