If you have pid, would the pain be constant?

Asked by on March 27th, 2013
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First of all,thanks for asking this question,I work it out and give you a simple answer.Not Medical Advice: Yes. PID is most commonly caused by an STD, usually chlamydia or gonorrhea. See an MD! Here I think it is for your reference and maybe not a correct answer or sometimes there are a variety of answers for the same question. So here are more information as below and it could be helpful.

What are the Symptoms of Pid?

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) symptoms can include bleeding after intercourse, chills, fatigue, no menstruation, increased menstrual cramping, and loss of appetite. Some people may have no symptoms at all.

What are the causes of Pelvic pain?

Pelvic pain can be caused by an infection or inflammation, pain in the bladder, bowels, and pain in the appendix.

How long do the symptoms of PID last?

It depends on the severity of the case, as long as your doctor is monitoring your PID though it will go away.

Cure for pelvic inflammatory disease?

For mild to moderate disease, the typical treatment is with two antibiotics for two weeks along with frequent follow up exams. If the infection is more extensive, if the patient is pregnant, or if she can’t keep down pills, then IV treatment may be required.Fuyan Pill , developed by Herbalist doctor Lees Clinic with many years of clinical research and study, is a specific medicine to treat Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.


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