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Heavy bleeding with cramps, frequent urination and pain while urinating. Is the pain due to cervix tilted?

Hi my name is gladys. I started my period in december 15 really heavey and cramps were worse then ever it didnt stop until january 20 I would have to use a tampon and pad and they both had to be changed with in 30 min to one hr. Since its was over I have been having really bad cramps and palvic pain myback and inner thys hurt requently aswell. My lower stomach hurts when I urinate or during sex no burning sensation at all. I have noticed a lot of white creamy fluids I can feel my underwear a bit wet. Now to add to allof that ive had frequent urination and headaches. Ive been to the emergency room 2 times and had seen several doctors the only thing my obgyn was able to tell me is that my cervix is tilted. I got my urine and blood tests back and eveything is ok no infectios at all. Please help I dont know what to do I am tired of being in constant pain and discomfort
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Hello ma'am.

I can understand you are frustrated with non-compliance of treatment. I shall try my best to help.

To start off with you will require a culture examination of a vaginal swab test and a urine culture and sensitivity examination. These are more specific investigations and will help in accurately diagnosing and suggesting treatment most suitable to treat the infection. I have said this because based on the information provided by you it is quite eviden that you are suffering from an infection.

A tilted cervix can at times lead to accumulation and stagnation of urine and bacteria which can result in infections, but this is uncommon. Although if this is the case, consulting a surgeon can help in approxiate correction of the position of the uterus.

I am sorry if I have not been of much assistance. Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
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