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Do People With Endomyometritis Have A Lot Of Pain
Endomyometritis: Women with endomyometritis typically have fever and associated rapid heart rate, midline lower abdominal pain, and uterine tenderness. They may also have chills, headache, malaise, or loss of appetite. I am not familiar with exactly how exquisite her belly pain may be. Considering the possible complications of endometritis, such as peritonitis or sepsis, pain might be the least of her concerns. ...Read more
Endometritis is an infection in the uterus. It can be caused by many different types of bacteria. It usually presents with lower abdominal pain, abnormal foul smelling discharge, and fever. It can occur following pregnancy and is often seen in women who had a prolonged period of time of ruptured membranes prior to delivery. It is also seen in women remote from ...Read more
Antibiotics: Endomyometritis is an infection of the uterine muscle that occurs after childbirth in some cases, most commonly after cesarean. There is a less severe version called "endometritis" that is more common after vaginal delivery. Both are treated with antibiotics. In severe cases where there is fever or signs of sepsis, inpatient IV antibiotics may be required. ...Read more
I am having problem s with my lower back . I am a landscape contractor for 25 years .a lot of pain in lower back .I have disc problem.
Specialist: My advice is to consult a back specialist at a clinic that only specializes in back problems and bring copies of studies and treatments that you have had for review. It is likely that new imaging studies will be ordered as part of the evaluation. You may be recommended to have surgery,physical therapy or be sent to pain management specialist for treatments. ...Read more
Possibly: An early twenties female with low back pain worse in bed might have pelvic girdle instability due to sacroiliac joint ligament laxity; worsened by mattress ground force torque of loose pelvic girdle; usually better lying on good side with pillow vs. Knees & soft mattress best. If vertebral disorder & disk problem then moderately firm mattress is better & discomfort usually worsens when upright. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: If it does not resolve in a week, call your doctor to see what options you may have regarding this increased pain. Although uncommon, it can happen and usually will go away on its own. You could try taking some Anti-inflammory medications (ibuprofen, naproxen) round the clock for the next few days and even ice the area 20min on and 20 min off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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