Is pelvic inflammatory disease AND OVULATION PAIN LINKED?

No. Ovulation pain is usually cyclical ,whereas pelic infection is acute and persistent until adequately treated.

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Have you had or delt with pelvic inflammatory disease?

Dealt w/regularly. The pain / fevers / discharge / overall feeling bad-ness brings many women to the er for treatment of pid. Severity depends on personal health issues and time since infection started--some require IV antibiotics and hospital admission, others get first dose IV in er and prescriptions to go home with. If having vaginal symptoms, please get checked sooner than later. Read more...

Why does my pelvic inflammatory disease keep returning?

Recurrent PID. Assuming the diagnosis is correct, recurrent PID can be due to inappropriate treatment or re-infection. There maybe other reasons. More information and testing maybe required to determine the specific reason in your case. Read more...

Could I have Pelvic Inflammatory disease? What should I do?

See gynecologist. PID can be a rather serious infection. You should be seen by a Gynecologist immediately. Antibiotics would be needed to treat PID. Get evaluated right away, please. Read more...
How are you feeling? Pelvic inflammatory disease is experienced differently by different women. There is an acute stage associated with infections, then a second stage associated with chronic potentially debilitating daily pain. If you have concerns, go to a doc or clinic where you can get urine tested, a Pap smear, and an abdominal & pelvic exam & other relevant blood tests. Until there is hard data, we can't say. Read more...
PID. you need to be evaluated by a gynecologist with complete pelvic examination and a number of tests that the gynecologist will discuss with you. Read more...