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Just want to know why i have had a clear cylamdia test whilst having a smear test (infertility testing begun) yet today i had a laproscopy today and I have got PI just want to know if you can get PI any other way than a std ? When the nhs test yoou do they do gonerra (sorry not sure how to spell) Also they found one tube blocked and the other one had a cyst whcih they have trained offon ovary, and requested biochemisrty blood ca 125 test ( looked on net - are they testing for cancer)

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replied May 8th, 2019
Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
If you have pelvic infections, this is termed as pelvic inflammatory disease and the cause is mostly an sexually transmitted disease. Yes. Tuberculosis might be a reason for non STD PID, but it's very rare. So, think whether you have Endometriosis, This can cause similar findings and often has s raised CA 125 level.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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