Our expert says:
Peritonitis or perforation would cause acute pain, you would not be able to stand up straight, you will have fever and nausea and your abdomen will be almost too tender to touch.
The best way to go about this is to see a doctor at ER/GP, let them examine you and do abdominal x/ray to exclude perforation, and do a white cell count to exclude peritonitis. With internal examination they can determine if the pain is from the uterus, bladder or bowel.
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