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Suggest treatment for HPV and progressive abdominal pain

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Posted on Mon, 1 Jun 2015
Question: hi my name is XXXXXXX XXXXXXX i have bn having female issues for several years. i have had not one, but 3 surgries in the last 4 years. infections and pain are still getting worse. i have bn to my family dr, my gyno, and the er countless, and i do mean countless times, in the last couple years. no one seams to be able to get to the root of the problem so far. i am almost at the end of my rope. my 4yr old daughter is the only reason i continue with this life. i am not asking for me, but i am begging for her, please, please on this mothers day help me, i cant keep this up very much longer. i have tested positive for hpv during my pregnancy and also had abnormal paps, 6 wks after i gave birth i had the loop/leep procedure to remove several sevier pre-cancerous spots. for about 2yrs following, i had very eratic periods, some lasting for 19 days at a time with only a couple days break in between. the gyno decided at that time to do a partial hyster, removing my cervix. the pain in my abdomin never went away. about 2yrs after that one, i was in so much pain i would sometimes throw-up. at that time they found a huge hemoragic cyst and did a full hyster. my pain has not fully gone away nor can i hardly hold my urine.it has has bn 6months since the last surgery and pain and infections are getting more frequent and gradually getting worse. i
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Answered by Dr. Indranil Ghosh (8 hours later)
Brief Answer:
sure we can do something

Detailed Answer:
Hi
I understand your situation. You really have to live, not only for daughter but for yourself as well. Going through your history, there is nothing which can't be treated.

At present your problems are inability to hold urine, some pain in abdomen and infections, probably in urine. So we should get urine flowmetry to assess the urine voiding pattern. Accordingly there are medicines to solve the problem. We can also give some antibiotics in low dose continuously to prevent repeated infections.

For the pain I would first get a CT scan and if nothing is found, would continue with the pain killers. As and when infections reduce, the pain would go away.

Hope this helps. I will be available for follow up.
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Brief Answer: sure we can do something Detailed Answer: Hi I understand your situation. You really have to live, not only for daughter but for yourself as well. Going through your history, there is nothing which can't be treated. At present your problems are inability to hold urine, some pain in abdomen and infections, probably in urine. So we should get urine flowmetry to assess the urine voiding pattern. Accordingly there are medicines to solve the problem. We can also give some antibiotics in low dose continuously to prevent repeated infections. For the pain I would first get a CT scan and if nothing is found, would continue with the pain killers. As and when infections reduce, the pain would go away. Hope this helps. I will be available for follow up. Regards