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All I can think of is gross. The main reason for ectopic pregnancies is scarring of the fallopian tubes by repeated sexually transmitted diseases-the most common offender dor PID being chlamydia, gonorrhea and trich can also scar pretty badly as
All I can think of is gross. The main reason for ectopic pregnancies is scarring of the fallopian tubes by repeated sexually transmitted diseases-the most common offender dor PID being chlamydia, gonorrhea and trich can also scar pretty badly as well, but chlamydia is the number one cause. She must have had unprotected sex and not enough pap smears (they culture the flora). Maybe her partners did not get treated and reinfected her. Besides ectopic pregnancies and PID (pelvic inflammatory disease) chlamydia and friends can cause TOA,(tubal ovarian abcess(es) which again lead to ectopic pregnancies or intense pain.
Sperm is a fantastic vehicle for thr transmission of disease.
Why a person would share this on Twitter is beyond me. It's like telling the world that you are a pool of toxic waste inside.
Its like Pamela Anderson telling the world about her sexually transmitted hepatitis status. It makes them even less attractive.
Unfortunately, not all ectopic pregnancies are because of unprotected sex/STDs. You have a right to your opinion, of course, but Just because one is a porn star or a sex symbol doesn't mean that they are to blame, which is how I read the undertone of your post. They choose to do what they do, and I think it's pretty sad that you refer to them as a "pool of toxic waste inside".
Maybe I take offense to this because I too suffer from an STD. In no way was I considered promiscuous, or "slutty", and I practiced safe sex. I'm no sess pool or disgusting thing that should be looked down upon.
I don't think "stars" share these sorts of things with the world to make them less attactive or seem "slutty", but to share their pains and woes with the world, making them seem more human/real, and to bring light to things that people usually keep hush-hush. Bringing it to the front can add attention and more research to find ways to prevent and cure things.