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Indications and treatment of pelvic inflammatory disease

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I have had painful urination esp at the end of voiding, also at the same time i have very painful squeezing sensation in the mid-pelvic area "in area of a vertial incision from 3 previous c-sections the last being 25 years ago and the most recent 4wks post-op tah" i have never experencided these symptoms with my previous c-sections. i also had a ct of the abd and pelvis 2wks ago w/o contrast for lumps in my abdominal and pelvic areas,which was pockets of fluid and free fluiid. i was told my my surgeon that this is not a concern, although it does cause me much discomfot and sometimes pain. for now i have an appointment with a urologist for this thursday. i don't know what else to do. i'm upset because i feel the surgeon has just blown me off,i'm scared and i know when something is not right with my body.please try to respond back asap i need some advice as what to do and if seeing a urologist should be my first step. thank you duwave


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replied April 21st, 2009
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A6393


According to the symptoms you provided, you might be experiencing pelvic inflammatory disease. There might be inflammation of the pelvic organs present.


A visit to your gynecologist, pelvic exam, pelvic ultrasound, and laboratory tests including urine and a urine culture with antibiogram are recommended.


You might want to check what causes this condition. If pelvic inflammatory disease due to infection is diagnosed, then antibiotics might be recommended to prevent the further spreading of the infection.


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