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Post by Adminkunlex on Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:00 pm

Hey people, I will start by dismantling several widely
spread in Nigeria myths. One of them is present in
the very name of “toilet infection”. Certainly, this is
not a medical term to be used. A better one would
be “vaginal infections” or even STI (sexually
transmitted infections). Also some people believe that
the sexually transmitted infections can be likened to
toilet diseases that are contacted through the toilet.
This is wrong because STIs cannot be transmitted
from toilet use because the viruses and bacteria
causing STIs cannot survive without the human body.
Thus, STIs are only contacted through unprotected
sexual activities.
We are all prone to toilet diseases. Men, women,
literates, illiterates, young and old make use of
restrooms which expose us to infections if our
hygiene is nothing to write home about. Women are
more prone to these infections because most of them
sit on these toilet seats. Toilet diseases are the
infections one can contact through the use of the
toilet in an unhygienic way or through using dirty
public toilets. Toilet diseases can be contacted from
dirty toilet, toilet door knobs and handles, by touching
toilet surfaces with fingers or not washing hands
after using the toilet. They are referred to as "faeco-
oral" diseases. The usage of toilet by several people
with different backgrounds, hygiene ideas and
infections makes one contact toilet infections and
those with poor hygiene are more susceptible to the
diseases.
The use of public toilets and pit latrines in schools,
markets, restaurants, supermarkets, airports, hotels,
motels and in some houses predispose people more
to toilet infections. Examples are the ecoli, noro virus,
staphylococcus, streptococcus, shigella bacteria,
gardnerella, trichhomoniasis, influenza, and all forms
of microscopic germs found on toilet seats and inside
the toilets/latrines. They are harmless when they do
not come in contact with the mucous membrane,
which are usually transferred from the hands into the
mouth, ear, nose and body.
SYMPTOMS
This might all start with the symptoms. Some of them
may include
vaginal discharge, foul smell, itching of private parts,
redness, sense of discomfort in the lower part of the
tammy, pain, etc. If you get one or several of these
signs, the best thing to do is to see a gynecologist. It
is highly advised for women to pay a visit to their
physician at least once in 6 months. Do not try to
deal away with the symptoms by taking pain killers
or doing douching. What you can do is to end
douching if you are doing it regularly. Few women
know how harmful it can be. Stop using soap for the
washing of the private body parts. Stop using any
chemicals, wet napkins, odorants, etc. for the private
hygiene.
TREATMENT
How can toilet infection be cured?
Generally, We cannot stop using public toilets, thus,
the need to maintain good toilet hygiene. Toilets
generally should be neat, hygienic, well ventilated
and free of agents carrying diseases. They should be
washed regularly with disinfectants. Wiping the toilet
seat with tissues, saliva and water before sitting is
very essential. Saliva contains enzymes capable of
fight against bacteria and virus. The hands should be
washed before and after cleaning up. The toilet seats
should not be sat on directly. Tissues can be laid on, if
possible, public toilets should be avoided. Students in
academic hostels should take caution; personal
potties should be used instead of the general toilets.
Water, soaps and sanitizers should be supplied in the
toilets so that people will not have the excuse of
littering the rest rooms with faeces and urine. Proper
flushing of the toilet and seats should be done before
and after using them. Toilets at different homes
should be private. Visitor’s toilets should be different
from the ones for family use. More toilets should be
provided by the school authorities and government
for the students in universities and boarding schools
and also for populace by the government. Toilets
should also be gender-based. Body contact with the
toilet seats, tubs, towels and all bathroom
equipments in public houses should be avoided when
possible. Pit latrines and public toilets should be
avoided.
Fungal infectio[/b]n (Candida) These are treated
with oral drugs or with vaginal suppositories or
creams. Again, both sexual partners have to be
treated, otherwise they would keep on infecting
each other.
[b]Viral vaginitis
One of the widely spread viruses is
papilloma (HPV). There are the drug treatments for it
and in some cases surgery is required.
Bacterial vaginitis
Caused by bacteria (small ogranisms) that enter your
organs and lead to infection, inflammation and a
range of problems. Always should be treated with
antibiotics.
Lastly, Women should take caution because they are
more vulnerable to toilet diseases than their male
counterparts. Women are expected to clean up with
tissue paper or clean water after urinating. The
cleaning must be from the vagina to the anus and
not vice versa. They should not sit or stand too close
to a public toilet and avoid the splashing of the water
in the toilet on the vagina. Vaginal lotions both herbal
and modern medicinal products.
source : >>>>>


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