Pelvic Inflammatory Disease - Symptoms
pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) range from none at
all to severe. They often don't appear until infection has
Symptoms tend to be more
menstrual bleeding and sometimes in the week
You may have one or more of these symptoms:
- Pain in the lower belly,
usually described as crampy or as constant and dull. This is the main symptom. It may get worse
during bowel movements, sexual intercourse, or urination.
- A sense of pressure in the
- Low back pain. Sometimes this pain spreads down one or both
- More discharge from the vagina than usual, or discharge that is yellow, brown, or green.
- Pain during sex.
- Urinary symptoms, such as burning or pain when you urinate.