- Prior infection with a sexually transmitted disease (STD).
- Spotting between periods.
- Dysmenorrhea (painful periods).
- Pain during ovulation.
- Uncomfortable or painful sexual intercourse.
- Abdominal pain on both sides.
- Lower back pain.
- Frequent urination.
- Nausea and vomiting.
- The symptoms usually appear after the menstrual period.
- Blood tests to check samples of blood in the lab for problems.
- Vaginal or cervical culture to take a sample of mucus or cells from the vagina or cervix and check them for infection.
- Pelvic ultrasound to look at images of your pelvic organs. During ultrasound, images are created using painless sound waves.
- A CT scan to take more detailed images of the pelvic organs.
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