A pelvic abscess is formed by the collection of infected fluid in the pouch of Douglas, fallopian tube, ovary, or parametric tissue. It is a life-threatening condition. It can be present in various forms, therefore, when diagnosed, it needs to be attended to medically with immediate effect. This is regardless of the size of the abscess detected.
A pelvic abscess usually gets formed as a complication after surgery. It begins as cellulitis (bacterial skin infection) or hematoma (blood collected outside of a large blood vessel) that spreads to the parametrial tissue.
It is usually reported in women of reproductive age. It frequently presents at the advanced stages of pelvic inflammatory disease, involving pelvic organs, fallopian tube, and ovary. Its formation is less than 1 percent in patients undergoing obstetric and gynecological surgeries.
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Pelvic abscess in young women develops as a complication of pelvic inflammatory disease. It usually occurs in the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle.
Symptoms for pelvic abscess are variable and range the wide spectrum from mild to severe as below:
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