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Pelvic inflammatory refers to inflammation and or infection of pelvic organs which consist of uterus , ovaries and fallopian tubes . It causes scarring as it heals. Common agents for infections are gonorrhea and chlamydia in youn sexually active women. Endometriosis also causes pelvic inflammation on a non infectious basis . Infections warrant treatment to ...Read more
Over 35, TTC for 3 months after suspected PID/Endo pain got better. How long should I try before referring to an OBG. Never missed a cycle?
6 months: Try for 6 months and then see an obygn if still not pregnant after 6 months of trying with unprotected intercourse. Remember, 33% of time infertility is due to woman, 33% of time due to male factor, and 33% of time due to unknown cause. Don't automatically assume that the infertility is due to your body. Husband should be tested as well if no conception after 6 months. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No safe interval: There's no absolutely 'safe' time period, so if you are infected (or worry that you might be) you must treat right away. Females may very quickly suffer some damage, or not at all; males rarely become infertile from chlamydia infection. Good wishes, and I hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you suggest if I am 20.. I had PID because of chlamydia. .My question is has any of you had children after pid?
Maybe: This germ can strike the sensitive areas within your fallopian tubes and make your chance of natural conception less likely. Your obgyn can do some testing to see if these have been effected. If they have, and you still have healthy ovaries, you could have kids using the assistance of ivf to bypass the problem. ...Read more
5 weeks pregnant months after gonorrhea treatment that turned into PID. Test negative now. Could the past gonorrhea infection make me miscarry?
Antibiotic: Pid is an infectious disease caused bacteria. Therefore, antibiotic is the proper treatment. The bacteria involved may or may not be sexually transmitted and in many cases multiple bacterial strains are involved. The diagnosis is often clinical and generally cannot be confirmed accurately without sophisticated evaluation. If antibiotic therapy doesn't result in resolution of pain, see your doc. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what the anticipated cause of the pid is and on how sick you are. Pid by definition is infection of the upper genital tract structions in women (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and may involve neighboring pelvic organs). See dr. Christiaan maurer's response for the specific antibiotic recommendations. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Variable: Depending on what tehecause is , but it should always be treated agressively and as early as possible so if u think u ahve pid and have not been seen then u need to go to heh er tonight to see if u do have it or something else so u can get treated, can cause really bad problems if not treated properly or too late. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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