I hope someone can give me some information. I have been having severe abdominal pain, so I went to the ER and was told I had Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (not STD). I had this 2 x in my early 20's. I am 43 now. I was also diagnosed with a Urinary Tract infection. They did a vaginal ultrasound which the tech told me I had a small uterine polyp, which I knew about (for 5 yrs) and a very tilted and folded in half uterus. This was not so 5 yrs ago. I have not been able to find much information about the folded uterus online. I have not had a period in 2 months or so. Anyone have any idea what this is and is this why I am having soooooo much pain? What is usually done? Thank you in advance for anything. Oh by the way the ER doc said if the pain continued I need to see a Gyn (which I don't have) because I might need to have some parts taken out. ????
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