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How likely is it to have PID after d&c with no fever/discharge? Only bloating & some tender and soreness in abdomen, uti like symptoms & low back pain

Not likely. PID is not particularly common after a D and C unless gonorrhea, chlamydia were present at the time f surgery and were not treated. Schedule a follow up with your surgeon. Have your urine tested for urinary tract infection and they can do an exam to make sure all is well. Read more...

I had a partial hysterectomy. Can I still get pid? I have lower back pain, fishy odor and a discharge and been feeling feverish and run down.

Low risk but happens. By a partial hysterectony I am presuming that your uterus has been removed but tubes and ovaries are intact. If the connection between the vaginal tract and the tubes has been removed, the risk of infection spreading to the tubes and ovaries are very low however cases have been documented in the past. You may have vaginosis/vaginitis or possible a kidney infection. It is still wise to see your Dr. Read more...
PID is not likely . If your cervix and uterus were removed and your vaginal vault healed well and is closed, a bacterial pelvic inflammatory disease is practically impossible. If your cervix was left in place, you may experience signs and symptoms of vaginitis and cervicitis which may mimic PID. A simple Gyn exam and a careful examination of the "fishy discharge" should answer your question and guide your treatment . Read more...

Experiencing lower back pain and mild abdominal cramping. Irregular periods. Could I be pregnant? Period due, not yet started.

Take the test. If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. Read more...

Irregular periods, pain with intercourse, pain after orgasm, lower back pain, right side lower abdomen severe cramps on a regular basis. Is this norma?

Doesn't sound normal. Well, easiest way to answer "normal" or not is to ask if you've ever had "regular" periods, painLESS intercourse, NO PAIN after orgasm, and NO lower back, and no regular severe cramps. If you answered YES to any of those questions then, for you none of these things are likely "normal." What could it be is more the question. Bladder infection? Vaginal dryness/infection? Need to be examined. Read more...
Not normal and ... Of course, not normal and you should be systemically evaluated with a comprehensive review of detailed specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + findings of timely physical exam & testing as needed. How to these has not to be that hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work rightly with doc - preferably by gynecologist for care.. Read more...