Use of public appliances and facilities can also cause reproductive tract infection
＊ Wrong questions
Whether on business or traveling with family members, they dare not use the towels, bathtubs and closets of the hotel for fear of being infected with diseases. Another friend was found to have mycotic vaginitis. After repeatedly searching for the cause, she decided that her disease was caused by the swimming pool, and never set foot in the swimming pool again. How terrible! Public appliances are everywhere and have to be contacted and used every day.
√ Correct statement
Although many people, including medical staff, firmly believe that many reproductive tract infections, especially sexually transmitted diseases, can be transmitted through indirect contact such as sharing towels, clothes and pants, and sleeping in a bed, so far, there is not enough conclusive evidence to prove this problem. It can be seen that the view that the use of public appliances will spread sexually transmitted diseases is also a misunderstanding.
Although there is no conclusive evidence to prove that the use of public appliances and facilities will cause genital tract infection, there are still risks, especially for those privately operated small hotels. All you need to do is avoid staying in such hotels. Generally, there are many such hotels in tourist scenic spots. After check-in, try to use your own towel, and squat toilet is better.
(Intern editor: Cai Junyi)