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Trying to concieve, scan results showed pelvic infection, on medicines, no relief. What should be done?

hi 37 years old im married for 5 years im trying to concieve but all failed...i when to see so many doctor private clinic..i got 3 times ultrasound n pap mear..but the doctor suspect that i had endometriosis papsmear scan result was pelvic im taking amoxicilin from the doctor to treat the infection..but i suffer the same pain to my left pelvic.. i already spend plenty of money about this problem..can u help me
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Hello..Your investigations are not sufficient to make any diagnosis and until and unless a diagnosis is made treatment could not be started. I suugest you please undergo following tests :
1. Hysterosalphingography
2.Transvaginal ultrasound
3. Semen analysis of your husband
After going through these test much of the path for your treatment would be decided. please dont worry and no need to spend lots of money , These all test will hardly cost 2000 together.
Good Luck !!
Answered: Sun, 10 Aug 2014
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