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Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of a woman's reproductive organs that can be caused by sexually transmitted bacteria such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. This infection can lead to serious consequences including infertility. Tests and treatments are available.

Looking for clinical guidelines, job aids, or other PID information? Visit our PID page.



PID Fact Sheet (CDC)

Enfermedad inflamatoria pélvica - Hoja Informativa (Español, CDC)

Testing & Treatment

STD Test Sites

Teen-friendly STD Information and Health Clinics

Condom Access for Teens

Sign Up for Free STD Test Reminder Messages

Assess Your Risk for STDs

Tell Your Sexual Partners if You've Been Exposed to an STD - Send an Anonymous eCard (inSPOT)

Let Your Partners Know They Should Get Tested - Send an Anonymous Email (So They Can Know)

Send an Email or Text to Let Your Partners Know They Should Get Tested for STDs (Don't Spread It)

Data and Surveillance

California STD Data

National STD Data

Resources for Providers

CDC Division of STD Prevention

American Sexual Health Association

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