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Abdominal pain. Ultrasound shows ovarian follicle. Prescribed Doxycycline, Parit and Oflomac. Serious?

Hello doctor , i am 27 year old female unmarried my weight is 64 kg my height is 5 6 . i have abdominal pain from 1 month & i checked with my gynecologist doctor i did ultra sound & in my report result mentioned is that LEFT OVARIAN D. FOLLICLE NOTED MEASURING 15*15mm. IMPRESSION :FUTURE S/O - PID . What exactly its mean is any thing serious . My doctor didn t tell me what exactly happen with me i am worry about that . she give me some medicine Doxycycline-1 , PARIT -D , NORMAXIN , OFLOMAC-400. I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPEN & IS SOMETHING SERIOUS?
Asked On : Fri, 9 Nov 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Hi Deepti,
No nothing to worry
some times ovary can have large follicle during ovulation (mid cycle) period
thats normal and PID means pelvic inflammatory disease which means inflammation in pelvic organs like uterus fallopian tubes which is usually curable with the antibiotics you are taking
so dont worry
hope i have answered your query
wish you a speedy recovery

Answered: Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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