Hi,
Im suffering from pain in my pelvic region, side and lower back. the pain is usually on my right side but occassionally on the left pelvic as well and it shoots down my leg. On feb 11th/2010 i underwent laproscopic sugery and the doctor diagnosed me with endometriosis and he was able to burn the tissue but i am still experiencing the same pain. im also expereincing somevdischarge, especially when im feeling pain. I think I might be suffering from an infection. Please help me out in the diagnosis.


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multiple ultrasounds - normal
pelvic exam and swaps - all normal
blood test
laproscopic surgery
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replied February 16th, 2010
Unfortunately, there are multiple possible causes of chronic pelvic pain, especially in females. Therefore, it is really impossible to offer you a specific diagnosis over the Internet.

You should be reassessed by your Gynecologist. If you do not find his/her evaluation to be satisfactory, then you might consider obtaining a second opinion.


Sincerely/ Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS

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