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PID liquid in POD
Greetings I have liquid in the pouch of Douglas,did a CT scan,and it measures 10x7x5cm, previously treated for Uterine TB(TN gold negative,chest x-ray clear),but the pelvic pain still persisted. Been advised to take Ofloxacin 200mg. 1.For how long do I take it for. 2.ESR has come down from 33 to 21( took Chymoral) 3.How do I check if the fluid has been reabsorbed. 4.What blood tests to be done to determine if the antibiotic is working. Did a VDRL,HIV test ,came out negative. Kindly advise.
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It's due to infection u need other antibiotics too to cover full spectrum
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PID is more a clinical diagnosis and need proper internal examination to rule out gravity of infection... Pap smear test should be done.. Concern gynac only give you a best advise
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Hello I want your all prescriptionon and test report then only can guide you further. Chat me on Practo consult app online.
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