a) Past PID (assuming no current risk factors for STIs)
There is no medical condition that would absolutely restrict a person’s eligibility for sterilization, although some conditions and circumstances will require that certain precautions are taken, including those where the recommendation is assigned as Category C (caution), D (delay) or S (special).
Clarification: If no symptoms persist following treatment, sterilization may be performed.
i) with subsequent pregnancy
ii) without subsequent pregnancy
b) PID – current
c) Current purulent cervicitis or chlamydial infection or gonorrhoea
d) Other STIs (excluding HIV and hepatitis)
e) Vaginitis (including Trichomonasvaginalis and bacterial vaginosis)
f) Increased risk of STIs
g) Puerperal sepsis,intrapartum or puerperal fever