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I have been having acute pelvic pain and when I press down on my pelvic area I can feel something but I'm not sure took a home test and it was negative Not sure what it could be?

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Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: PID? Appendicitis?

Any unexplained pelvic or abdominal pain needs professional examination.
If severe, or if fever or nausea, do it immediately; if your own doctor (or someone covering) can't see you today, go to urgent care or an ER. Many possible causes, including PID, a complication of STDs; appendicitis; others. Negative home test for urinary tract infection doesn't mean anything; this doesn't sound like UTI.

In brief: PID? Appendicitis?

Any unexplained pelvic or abdominal pain needs professional examination.
If severe, or if fever or nausea, do it immediately; if your own doctor (or someone covering) can't see you today, go to urgent care or an ER. Many possible causes, including PID, a complication of STDs; appendicitis; others. Negative home test for urinary tract infection doesn't mean anything; this doesn't sound like UTI.
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