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Can you catch any infection from toilet water splash?


Can you get bacteria like h. pylori from toilet water splash?

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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 6 months ago

    Bacterial infections are due to unsanitary condition. Which mean the bacteria thrives to the point of infection because the internal condition of the vagina had been made highly sensible to infection.

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    Julie Z (Homesteading) 4 years ago

    My Sister took me to the bathroom with her via phone, she cursed the toilet bowl water, asked what was wrong, she said "back splash" & it would cause a UTI. In two days, she was on antibiotics. Never happened to me but what you teach: Sister tru


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  • nurealamsharif 6 months ago

    I think so, if the water is dirty. It depends on what part of your body.

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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 6 months ago

    I have now the knowledge to create a product that can treat any vagina infectious disease while at the same time tighten it up. She will feel like a virgin all over again. She will be so tight even with lubricant you'll experience difficulties

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    tnvrstar 4 years ago

    So that means toilet water splash in the anus won't transmit H. pylori? If it's true then I am happy.


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Julie Z (Homesteading) says

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    Liz Elias (DzyMsLizzy) 3 years ago

    Hover? Please don't! That's what the paper covers are for--sometimes called "A$$ Gaskets." Hoverers tend to sprinkle on the seat; cover or no, miserable for the next person. If you MUST hover, please wipe the seat!


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Terrie Neudorf (Terrielynn1) says

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    Kiss andTales 2 months ago

    Terry is it possible there may be human persites passed through human waste

    That lands in toilet water?

    I believe this is possible.

    If this backflashes your private area you could contaminate your body as well.

    Be safe.


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    Kiss andTales 2 months ago

    But the bowl is still contaminated rather fresh water flows. It's like saying you will drink from a cup a person has TB from as long as the water is clean.

    Fresh water does not sanitize the bowl used.

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    Kiss andTales 7 months ago

    If people use your toilet and past parasites you visibly can not see your toilet water is not 100 % clean ,if you poop in it pee in it so many times a day there is still bacterial risk you can not see. No toilet is that safe.

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    Primpo 4 days ago

    Oh my god, that is terrible. I know In public toilets I always stand over toilet, I'm afraid to sit. sorry that happened to you.

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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 6 months ago

    The Ph of the mouth is often the most acidic part of the human body. If the mouth isn't clean it can potentially infect the vagina. But if the vagina is alkaline the chances of that happening is minuscule.

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    Kiss andTales 5 months ago

    Pores are open , people use lotions , oils, they penetrate the skin.

    Germs on objects or in them can still effect anyone.

    So toilet water could splash back with bacterior from the walls.

    No one should think there is a 100 percent sterile toilet

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    Kiss andTales 5 months ago

    Ordinary urine mixed with contaminated toilet water and feces bacteria that was present , still is not sanitary to touch the skin.

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  • Deborah Sexton 2 years ago

    But they cannot live outside the body long enough to cause anyone any problems


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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 6 months ago

    The main reason for the infection isn't because the toilet water is unsanitary, but instead because the vagina is temporarily suffering from an acidic condition which makes it highly probable that any bacterial infection will result to an infection.

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    Kiss andTales 2 months ago

    Also if this was not a concern of infectious diseases, why do public places extremely cover hands and use proper precaution not to expose their skin, they wear gloves, and clean with brushes, some use power wash machines. The point is be safe.

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    Kiss andTales 2 months ago

    Terry this may true of your pacific disease , but the question was (any) infection , that is why my comment included this problem as well.

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    James Dubreze (Coolbreezing) 6 months ago

    Infections are highly possible to all human beings who are already suffering from an acidic condition.

    In that respect, you are correct that toilet water that makes contact with the vagina can result to infection.

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