Info about most common STD/STIs
  • Chlamydia:
  • Crabs:
  • Gonorrhea:
  • Hepatitis:
  • Herpes:
  • HIV:
  • HPV:
  • Molluscum:
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease:
  • Scabies:
  • Syphilis:
  • Trichomoniasis:
  • Vaginitis:

takashirogone  asked:

Keith: Mr. Hyperfocuses on stupid impulses. Lance: Mr. I'm outrunning my problems with the speed of my thoughts. Shiro: Mr. I'll sleep when I'm dead. Pidge: Miss. Only truly awake after 11pm. Hunk: Mr. What is time?? *accidentally cooks for 10 hours straight*

shiro and pidge are true and keith, lance and hunk are just further evidence that they have adhd lance bless 


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is a serious illness that is caused by an infection of the vagina to the Fallopian tubes, ovaries, and uterus. This is usually a complication of some sort of vaginal infection most commonly including STIs like Chlamydia or Gonorrhea. These infections can be spread through vaginal, anal or oral sex so it’s important to use barrier methods every time. More than one million people get it a year in the United States.

It may not have any symptoms, which is why it’s important to get frequent screenings.  If it is left untreated and gets worse symptoms may include long and painful periods, unusual vaginal discharge, spotting and pain in between periods or during urination, pain in the lower abdomen or back, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, and pain during intercourse. If left untreated it can cause infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic pain. The more times you get PID the more likely you could become infertile. 

PID is easy to treat if caught early, it is treated with antibiotics. It’s also a good idea to rest a lot, drink lots of fluids, eat healthy, don’t douche or use tampons, do not have sex until treatment is complete and be sure to follow all directions of treatment. Also be sure that your partner gets tested and treated for any infection that caused the PID. If PID was caught at a later time it may be necessary to repair the reproductive organs or even remove them. There are also possible life-threatening complications of PID including infection spreading to the blood or other parts of the body, or a ruptured fallopian tube.

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If you’re in the process of building a QuadCopter you MUST watch this video. It is very useful for understanding how PID tuning works and how to apply it to all 3 axes.

I’ll be doing this tomorrow, much I’m sure to the displeasure of a certain wife.