I agree with you. I myself suspect that I have P.I.D for a long time now. Let's say 5 years. In any case, I just got clinically diagnosed with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease or P.I.D. The doctor is treating me with Floxin, a new medication to treat P.I.D. I have 3 refills so basically I will be on this antibiotic for 3 months however, Yahweh forbid, but if it does not go away OR it goes away and comes back, then just like you, I too believe that I should be hospitalized. And I'm half afraid that I will not if treatment doesn't work or re-occurs. The only option I can think of, and it's a sad option, is that even though you have good medical insurance, lot's of times these doctors will do anything for you IF YOU PAY CASH UP FRONT. That's the same thing that happened to this girl I know, she had terrible abdominal pain and she had medical insurance. She knew something was wrong and kept on going from doctor to doctor to doctor and each one of them, though she had medical insurance turned her down and told her that there was nothing wrong with her. They did pelvic sonograms and nothing was seent on this pelvic sonogram. Finally, her boyfriend gave her $2,000 to go to a Gynecologist Specialist. She paid upfront to this doctor, And would you believe that in that one visit, that doctor diagnosed that girl with Ovarian Cyst. She said all he did was use his finger and inserted his finger in her during the pelvic exam and automatically he told her right then and there that she had an Ovarian Cyst and probably one of her tubes were blocked. Now of course he scheduled surgery and during the surgery, sure enough, his diagnoses was confirmed and he removed the cyst, un-bloced her fallopian tube and removed some scar tissue. ALL BECAUSE SHE PAID. And she had insurance. This is really sad but in many cases, that's just the way it is. It's sad and unfair but if you really want help and are tired of going from doctor to doctor even though you have good insurance. Then it's best you just pay and avoid the drama and be healed. It's sad but if I were you, just PAY. Get well.