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On antibiotics for urine infection, still worsening. Pain in groin, pelvic infection, bleeding. What to do ?

Hi, I am currently waiting for test results (bloods and swabs) for a problem I developed over a week ago. Initially I had a urine infection, received antibiotics but days later was just worsening. Then Doc said it could be a pelvic infection, given more antibiotics however that night had a big bleed and haven t stopped bleeding since. I thought it was beginning to settle today but no, just started again. Doc taken bloods to see if it is a miscarriage/check my thyroid etc. I have alot of pressure down below and pain in the left side of my groin . I don t feel it would be a miscarriage as myself and my husband are always careful and i had a normal period last month. I was diagnosed as having endemetriosis over 12 years ago, however since then I ve had 2 children and in 2007, everything was clear and endemetriosis had gone. So frustrated, sick of being in pain and bleeding :( Thanks AAAAA
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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The feeling of pressure and the constant pain in the pelvis can be due to endometriosis that you already had. Getting an ultrasound scan and if necessary an MRI scan will help in proper diagnosis.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal ,
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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