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Could I have a (rare) condition? Recurring Abscess in different areas

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  • Posted By: Bear Street
  • July 13, 2010
  • 04:13 AM

If anybody has any advice or comments, it would be truly be helpful.

Could I have a (rare) condition? Are all these medical problems related to each other or not?

Does anybody know of an experienced Doctor that might be able to help me? I live in Central Florida, but I’m willing to travel anywhere with-in the United States. I am 44 year old female, 5’ tall and weigh 127 pounds; also, I have been tested for STD’s all tests came back negative.

Listed below, a very briefly outline my medical problems

Perineal area – Removed scar tissue from my perineal area; scar tissue was caused by an episiotomy I had 18 years ago.

Note: The episiotomy I had became very infected; I was cut on the right side of my vagina to my anus very deep.

Bartholins Abscess - 25 ml of dark chocolate fluid removed, transpired after sexual intercourse

Anal Fistula (lower) had Fistulotomy

Confirmed on 9-17-2008
Interstitial cystitis inflammation of the bladder wall.

Ruptured Disk lower back – surgical repaired

Ovary removed - Embedded in hip wall, right side had small Cystitis

Partial hysterectomy - Prolapsed uterus (unsure if I had endometriosis)

Listed below - Long term on-going symptoms

Anal abscess, usually occurs three days after sexual intercourse

Bartholin Cyst – occurs after sexual intercourse

Vaginal area irritation – skin red and burning, like a chemical burn

Frequent urination

Chronic pelvic pain

Urinalyses tests always shows small traces of blood

Generally not feeling well

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