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    Anorexia is a common feature These characteristic may help in narrowing the 55 GYNECOLOGY FOR LESS-RESOURCED LOCATIONS Table 3 Symptoms associated with acute pelvic pain Symptoms Common causes Cyclic pain Dysmenorrhea order 80 mg tadapox with mastercard, Mittelschmerz cheap tadapox 80 mg with mastercard, endometriosis, cryptomenorrhea Amenorrhea Ectopic gestation, abortion and other pregnancy-related complications Vaginal bleeding Abortion complications, ectopic gestation, STI Fever STI, appendicitis, pyelonephritis, ovarian torsion Dyspareunia Endometriosis, slow-leaking or unruptured ectopic, STI, ovarian cysts Urinary symptoms UTI, pyelonephritis, STI GI Intestinal obstruction, diverticulitis Previous surgery Intestinal obstruction, ectopic gestation Collapse Ruptured ectopic gestation, hemorrhagic cyst STI, sexually transmitted infection; UTI, urinary tract infection; GI, gastrointestinal differential diagnosis. For instance, dyspareunia Physical examination may be indicative of endometriosis; it could also be Physical examination should commence with a present in PID, ectopic pregnancy and ovarian 4,6,7 general assessment of the patient to assess the sever- cyst. The pulse should be assessed for Obstetrics and gynecological history rate, volume and rhythm. Findings could be sugges- The last menstrual period may indicate the possibi- tive of an infection process or shock, as in ectopic lity of pregnancy complications such as ectopic or hemorrhagic cyst. It also provides one of the gestation or miscarriage. Elevated temperature may strual cycle could suggest STI/PID, uterine fibroid point to an inflammatory process. Ovarian torsion is an unlikely acute appendicitis, PID or pyelonephritis. A patient with pressure <90 systolic is suggestive of hemorrhage PID may present with a history of vaginal discharge. Possible causes include History of recent insertion of an intrauterine device rupture, ectopic pregnancy, hemorrhagic cyst and (IUD) may suggest acute pelvic infection. In post-partum patients with a history of home Abdominal examination should typically start delivery, pain may indicate acute endometritis. A distended abdomen suggests history of clandestine abortion or vaginal instru- fluid or gas, i. The presence of a scar may indi- uterine perforation. Previous abdominal surgery cate intestinal obstruction. Hernia orifices should could be a pointer to the possibility of acute intes- also be inspected to exclude hernia. Be aware that tinal obstruction; suspicion of an ectopic gestation female patients can also have a femoral hernia7. A previous history of appendectomy The pointing test should next be performed by should exclude the possibility of appendicitis; how- asking the patient to point to the specific area of ever some degree of caution needs to be exercised, present pain or where it started7. Palpation should as anecdotal reports of unethical practice of health always be started opposite the area where the pain workers making a skin incision and closing it with- is being experienced; together with percussion it can out actual removal of the appendix have been help to identify masses and peritoneal irritation. Presence of rebound tenderness, involuntary guarding 56 Acute Pelvic Pain in Limited-resource Setting and increased pain with motion or cough confirms cells, red cells and albumin suggests infection. Inspection and palpation could blood film should be taken to assess for malaria and reveal lesions and presence of inguinal lymph sickle cells in a sickle cell area. Hemoglobin (Hb) level is Gynecological examination low in hemorrhage and sickle cell disease; however the possibility of unrelated chronic anemia should Pelvic examination is an important part of the eval- be borne in mind. Hb genotype if available may uation of a patient with pelvic pain. See Chapter 1 provide clues in cases suggestive of hemoglobin- on how to do a gynecological examination. Sequen- opathies such as sickle cell disease and thalassemia. On infection when white blood cell counts are raised, speculum examination, the vagina and cervix are although they may be normal in a percentage of visualized; lesions, blood or discharge should be acute appendicitis or PID; erythrocyte sedimenta- noted. The presence of cervical discharge, erythema tion rate, which is suggestive of inflammation, may or friability should alert the physician to the poss- be elevated in PID, ectopic gestation or bowel dis- ibility of cervicitis or PID. If these signs are present, ease but also in ovarian torsion and degenerating take swabs from the external cervical orifice and the fibroids and it is non-specific. Blood culture and posterior vaginal fornix for wet mount and staining. In suspected cases of See how to do a wet mount in Chapter 1. In septicemia and septic tory tenderness should be tested for (see Chapter shock, the infecting organism may be isolated, but 1).

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