i currently had key hole surgey on 21st Sep to have my tube drained as i had an infection. I have had complications ever since, i was ill on the antibiotics, ive had scans and loads of tests done. I had one of my blood tests back recently and i still have the infection or it has come back. Does anyone know what the next steps could be?
How are you? Were you able to have the infection cleared? What other symptoms were present? Culture and sensitivity testing may also be done to determine the best antibiotic for the infection especially if the infection didn't clear up. Additional diagnostic tests may also be done to make sure that the surgery complications and infection were managed. Take care and hope all is well. Do keep us posted and best regards.
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