The urinary bladder is typically is not affected by pelvic inflammatory disease. This disease is more commonly known as PID. People can get PID by having an untreated STD, have more than one partner, or use an IUD to prevent pregnancies, among others. At this time, there is no test that can be given to diagnose PID. A doctor can diagnosis this by using a persons medical history, other tests results, and a physical examination. Some, but not all, of the symptoms for PID are; fever, pain in the lower abdomen, bleeding between periods, and a burning sensation when you urinate. PID can be cured if found in the early stages.
Pelvic inflammatory disease (pid) typically does not affect the: