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Having pain in lower pelvic area. Had bladder fixed twice. Took painkillers. Suggest

I had a second repair of my bladder this time with tape October 23/12.. I went to emerg week ago last sunday, it was a lower left groin pain it took me to my knees. Blood work was done was normal the pain was spreading the lower pelvic area. And then into the vagina area I thought I was going to die. They gave me drugs to cover up the pain and then sent me on my way..
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Hello.By symptoms you say ,I think it is necessary to make an abdominal ultrasound and vaginal ultrasound to visualize uterus, bladder and ovaries.
If you continue with pelvic pain must go to Emergency Service again
to make ultrasound and rule out utero, bladder or ovary pathologies.
I wish you good health.
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