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    Symptoms of PID after hysteroscopy-Jane or anyone?
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    verojay1223 posted:
    Hello: 4 days ago, I had operative hysteroscopy and resectoscope surgery. They found a very large polyp with stem and also a smaller polyp and removed both. I started to feel better yesterday, but today woke up with 100.5 fever and stronger uterine pain. Not really cramps-burning pain. They did give me an antibiotic during surgery. I have borderline sub-class immune deficiency and seem to get infection consistently in other parts of my body.

    I left a message for my MD-just curious if anyone has had this after surgery. Is this consistent with recovery? They gave me 10 darvocet pills, which I finished today, esp. with increased pain-no other medication.

    I am hoping to wait until Monday to see Gyn-we literally have NO money for any ER visits-insurance we have is not great.

    Thank you!
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