Is Staphylococcus aureus a toilet infection? Is staphylococcus a toilet disease?
The term toilet infection or toilet disease does not exist medically but has has become a local parlance for vaginal infection among non-medics.
Staph infection vagaina symptoms are not real and this does not translate to toilet infection…
Too many “staphylococcus specialists” out there ascribe all sorts of infections that would ordinarily be sexually transmitted to staph aureus.
The truth is staph aureus does not cause toilet infection or toilet disease…staph is not listed as one of the organisms that cause STIs.
A medical doctor decided to clear the air and correct the many misconceptions about staphylococcus out there…
Read and be educated!
WHAT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IS NOT! (CONTRARY TO WIDELY HELD BELIEF)
1. Staphylococcus is not a disease entity, it is just a bacterium.
2. It is not a sexually transmitted infection. It cannot be transmitted via intercourse.
3. It is not toilet infection.
4. It does not cause loss of sleep.
5. It does not cause “noisy stomach” or crawling sensation in the skin.
6. It does not cause ‘internal heat’
7. It does not cause excessive sweating.
8. It does not cause vaginal discharge.
9. It is not a cause of tubal factor infertility.
10. It does not cause fibroid.
11. It does not cause urethral discharge.
12. It does not cause low sperm count.
13. It does not cause erectile dysfunction.
14. It does not cause premature ejaculation.
15. It does not cause poor sexual performance.
16. There is no such thing as “ chronic staph”.
17. It does not cause watery sperm
18. Staph does not cause tiredness or chronic fatigue.
19. Staphylococcus does not cause high blood pressure
20. Staphylococcus does not affect your menstrual period
21. Staphylococcus does not cause waist pain or rheumatism.
Symptoms like rumbling stomach and epigastric pain may be suggestive of dyspepsias, while internal heat and crawling sensations may suggest somatoform disorders or anxiety neurosis.
The advice is that, he who is sick should go and see a doctor who will advise them appropriately.
People should resist being deceived by some individuals who parade themselves as “staphylococcus specialists”.
Staphylococcus does not cause toilet infection or toilet disease…see a doctor and get treated if you suspect any vagina discharge.
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