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Having lower abdomen pain, back pain, ct scan shows bulky cervix, ovary removed. Cause and cure?

I have been having lower abdomen pain for 3 days now... my lower back started hurting yesterday as well... I went to the er last night.. they did blood work and a cat scan... blood work came back clear and cat scan showed a bulky cervix... today its like the pain is getting worst. Should I go back to the er .... and what's causes a bulky cervix... I had my tubes tied in 2010 and my left ovary removed in 2011 because of a large cyst.... looking for answers because of all the pain that I am in..
Asked On : Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Lower abdominal pain and back pain are very characteristic symptoms of urinary tract infection or stones. Frequent urinating and burning while urinating can be also present. Other reasons like ovarian cyst, uterine inflammation, ovarian inflammation should be also considered.
Bulky cervix is simply massive cervix of the uterine. This does not have to mean anything serious but should be verified by your gynecologist.
I suggest you to have urine analysis, blood work repeated (to check if inflammation has not appeared) and visit gynecologist.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Tue, 16 Apr 2013
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