I was having a lower abdomen pain and went to see the doctor who said I have been diagonosis with STI named LAP.
I was also advised to do the papsmear and the result should that I have an infection named Bacillus Vaginalis ( Doderlein) mild inflammatory infiltrate.
I had already been given the teatment for my STI together with my husband and adivsed to condomise, but the pain did not go and I decided to go and see another Doctor who told me that the STI seem to be coming back and said also I ahve a Kidney Infection.
I was given the treatment but after the two treament of the STI and Kindney I still have the pains which is more severe now that before.
I wa told to go and test HVI of which the results were Negative
Now I am so much confused and troubled, what might be the problem?
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