Does anyone know how long does it take for chlamydia and gonorrhea to turn into PID after treatment for the STDs? Also I should add that I went into the ER with pelvic pain and was treated for both STDs even though the test cultures came back negative. Could they have been false negatives? I am still in bad pelvic and flank pain.
To be honest it can be a short period of time and a long period of time. My chlamydia I believe was short. Turned into pid in a few months I think . I took zpak didn't work planned parenthood gave me a rocephin shot five days ago still no relief. She put me on doxycycline 200 mg and metrodinizol 1 gram every day for two weeks. I hope to get a dye test. I'm just so sick of this burning and the Infection. It's a severe one too :(
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