The best way to prevent STIs-related infertility is to have safe sex and be regularly screened for sexually transmitted diseases.
Regular examinations help to detect infections that may be asymptomatic, slow down the spread of the disease, help preserve the likelihood of childbirth.
Most people with sexually transmitted diseases will not be infertile if treated promptly.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) can cause infertility in both men and women if left untreated for a long time.
StIs-related infertility is more common in women than men. Partly because sexually transmitted diseases in men cause more symptoms, it is easier to detect for treatment.