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Have FHCS due to undiagnosed Chlamydia and PIID. Have pelvic scarring, difficulty breathing, peripheral nerve damage

Hi, I have FHCS as a result of un diagnosed Clamydia and PIID for about 18 months. My right tube twisted x 5 and I had a 2x4x6cm ovarian cyst removed at the same time by key hole 12 weeks ago. Abdomen now measures 40-45 (normally about 31 ), I also have severe pelvic scarring, difficulty breathing when up right for more than about half an hour, nerve and peripheral nerve damage. I m doing Physio to try and wake my muscles and internal organs up as damaged by infection. I m still not able to work. I m 45, have Fibromyalgia and Seronegative Arthritis - any advice?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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The pelvic scarring that you are having can only be helped with a regular physiotherapy and methylcobalamin supplements. You need to follow your physiotherapists advice word by word. It will take around 4-6 weeks to show a response.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Thu, 3 Oct 2013
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