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Hi dr, It started with pressure on my pelvic, then when I lie down d pressure make me urinate often. But now I feel pain on my pelvic. It now seems when I lie down d pain move all over my body. My doc said it's bladder infection. Gave me antibiotics but t

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
52 years experience in General Practice
Musculoskeletal: Female age unknown and absent history has frequency of urination worse lying, pelvic pain, and more generalized body pain lying down. Apparently treated for UTI without benefit. The symptom constellation bespeaks of musculoskeletal disorder of pelvic girdle. Sacroiliac joint disorder with associated pain radiation of sciatica & into back is a consideration. Interstitial Cystitis? Many childbirths?
Answered on Oct 29, 2015

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