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Does human papilloma virus infection cause abdominal pain ?

I had an abortion close to 2 years ago at 9 weeks. Everything was ok at first, but a few weeks after I started having pain in my lower right side during sex. It seemed to only happen when I needed to have a bowel movement , but I still worry about it. It has become a little more constant but still only when I need to have a bowel movement. I also lost about 20 lbs in the year after the abortion. I recently went to the gyno to have my pelvic exam (I haven t told my doc about the abortion, but I have an appointment next week and I am going to tell him everything) and I was told that I have abnormal cells due to HPV . Could any of this be related?
Asked On : Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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     Post abortions complications are well known abortion infection or abdominal adhesion are known complications.Adhesion do cause pain in the area where they are maximum & disturb movements of muscles or proper investigation is must.
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OBGYN Dr. Nidhi Sharma Chauhan's  Response
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your symptoms sound like tose of pelvic iinflammatory disease. you should get examined by a gynaecologist. you will then have to take a complete course of anitbiotics. also do you have any past history of tuberculosis? the hpv you have mentioned , infects the cervix , vagina and vulva. it is the only own predisposer of carcinoma cervix. do not worry. if you have hpv positive then you need to decide a few very important things now. have you completed your family?. if yes, then in my opininon either you need a very close folow up or you get a hysterectomy done. the chances spontaneous resolution of hpv above 30 years of age is very less.
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