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Throbbing pelvic pain, bladder pressure. Getting tested for cervical cancer and bladder infections. Concerned

I have been having reoccuring throbbing pain in my pelvic area. The pain tends to be more painful at night and I get relief when urinating. It seems to be bladder pressure. The pain also seems to be predominantly behind or at my clitoris, but the clitoris is not sensitive to touch. I have had examinations and even taken inflammatory meds in the past. I have asked to be screened for cervical cancer or bladder infections.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Thank you for consulting HCM.The pain you are suffering may be due to the PID if it is associated with any discsharge and history of IUCD.But mostly in cervical cancer you can see bleedin per vagina and touch on bleed.In your case pain is only due to infection in my view and for that only antiinflammatory drugs are not sufficient and you need to take antibiotics to eliminate that symptoms.Thank you.
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