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Need your advice on pelvic pain i had pain in pelvic area doctor thought i had bladdetr infection and pressscribed amoxocillin the problem was not solved . I went back to her and again she told me to get same medicine total of30 tablets , though there w

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Dr. Kenneth Crabb
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Further exam needed

Any time a woman has pelvic pain, a visit to a gynecologist is indicated.
If the pain does not resolve, continue to seek care perhaps from a different gynecologist if the first one is not taking you seriously.

In brief: Further exam needed

Any time a woman has pelvic pain, a visit to a gynecologist is indicated.
If the pain does not resolve, continue to seek care perhaps from a different gynecologist if the first one is not taking you seriously.
Dr. Kenneth Crabb
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Dr. Robert Dodds
Gynecology

In brief: Clearly,

Clearly, it is impossible to do a thorough evaluation of pelvic pain on the internet.
While there are multiple possible causes, someone with a negative urine culture and symptoms of a bladder infection makes me suspicious for interstitial cystitis. Your best bet is to make an appointment with a doctor experienced in the diagnosis and management of pelvic pain. The most successful clinics are multi-specialty with doctors from different specialties collaborating on your care. There are not many of these. The interstitial cystitis association has a website listing doctors who deal with these conditions on a regular basis (www.Ichelp.Org). Typically you would need a urogynecologist, urologist or occasionally a general gynecologist. There is also a listing of pelvic specialists at www.Augs.Org. Good luck.

In brief: Clearly,

Clearly, it is impossible to do a thorough evaluation of pelvic pain on the internet.
While there are multiple possible causes, someone with a negative urine culture and symptoms of a bladder infection makes me suspicious for interstitial cystitis. Your best bet is to make an appointment with a doctor experienced in the diagnosis and management of pelvic pain. The most successful clinics are multi-specialty with doctors from different specialties collaborating on your care. There are not many of these. The interstitial cystitis association has a website listing doctors who deal with these conditions on a regular basis (www.Ichelp.Org). Typically you would need a urogynecologist, urologist or occasionally a general gynecologist. There is also a listing of pelvic specialists at www.Augs.Org. Good luck.
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