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hi, i really want to know how i can get P.I.D. without STDs, since i was tested and had nothing but had PID, and i want to prevent it in the future. what else can cause it? I HAVE HPV but it's evidently gone away...not on tests...and i don't have a better place to put this question. i'm not sure if i can get PID again or if it will come back, if it's from a colposcopy... which i've had 2 for hpv. i went to the ER and the doctor said i had severe PID but didn't know how since i tested negative for all STDs and he didn't know. so i want to know if i can get it again since sometimes i don't feel well and my gynecologist never told me i had this. i'm also on YAZ, the birthcontrol, and i have past substance abuse, and i take some meds for depression.
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