Fallopian Tube Bacterial Infection Symptoms?

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Fallopian tube bacterial infection is when inflammation triggers pus or fluid to be accumulated in the Fallopian tube. Fallopian tube bacterial infection symptoms are Abnormal vaginal discharge, painful periods, painful or uncomfortable sexual intercourse, abdominal pain affecting both sides, frequent urination, spotting between periods, pain while ovulating, fever, and low back pain. It is not uncommon for a woman not to have any symptoms until the Fallopian tube ruptures. This type of infection typical occurs after one's period.
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