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Cervix is pushed back. Had diarrhea with stomach pain. How to treat the pain?

I have had stomach pains and diarrhea for a month in a half now and along with back pains I had gone to the ER and doctor told me to get checked out by a specialist can t get in for a month now for the past 3 weeks my cervix is pushed back far and is hard and swollen hurts more and more during sexual intercourse I have my period so I don t think I m pregnant please help me I m lost
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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do have any urinary symptoms or any kind of vaginal discharge and have you seen your cervix prolapse out,
how are the stomach pains like where are they localised, these questions are important in helping to know what is wrong,
how is the diarrhoea like? i would be thinking more of colitis, diverticultis, gastritis for the diarrhoea part.
would also rule out urine infection or candidiasis or pelvic inflammatory disease, you may need an ultrasound done as well to rule out ectopic pregnancy.
it will be good to see a gynecologist for further management.
hope have helped to answer your query
get well soon.
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