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Pain in lower abdomen and thighs, normal delivery, premature delivery, bleeding. On antibiotics. Anything to worry?

My daughter is 6 month old.i had normal delivery.i had my cervix length shortened during end of 7th month of my pregnancy and was on bed rest for one month.i delivered my daughter one month before the due date. After delivery bleeding didn't stop for 2 months and so i had course of antibiotics for i am having persistent pain in lower abdomen and thighs too.what could dis be due to???? Should i get a scan done????
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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There could be multiple causes for that (including Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and endometritis) but none can be confirmed without tests.
It is advised that you consult a gynaecologist for further investigations and treatment. It is possible that the infection in your womb may have been resistant to the previous antibiotics given in which case another course of antibiotics will have to be run. And if another cause is found, it will be promptly attended to.
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