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Pelvic pain and pain when urinating doc says no uti. Also tired all the time nausated pain in back also.Schuled for scope but pain is bad .What to do?

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Dr. Amit Patel
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
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In brief: Scope Reasonable

If you've had unexplained pelvic pain for 6 months or more, you are a candidate for a diagnostic laparoscopy.
Assuming that your doctor has taken a thorough history and exam, and you've had a negative pelvic ultrasound, a diagnostic laparoscopy is reasonable for the next step. The doctor may also consider looking in your bladder ("cystoscopy") to evaluate for other causes of pain.

In brief: Scope Reasonable

If you've had unexplained pelvic pain for 6 months or more, you are a candidate for a diagnostic laparoscopy.
Assuming that your doctor has taken a thorough history and exam, and you've had a negative pelvic ultrasound, a diagnostic laparoscopy is reasonable for the next step. The doctor may also consider looking in your bladder ("cystoscopy") to evaluate for other causes of pain.
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