Pelvic Pain usually refers to the pain women endure below the belly button. It is considered “chronic” if the pain persists for longer than six months. For some, pelvic pain can be mild and can come and go, or manifests as severe cramping during periods. For others the pain is more severe, even affecting sleep, work, sex, and life in general. Sometimes chronic pelvic pain may even begin to affect you emotionally, causing depression. Talking to your doctor in our private, confidential offices can help to diagnose and treat the symptoms appropriately.
Pelvic pain can be signs of a more serious problem such as issues with the reproductive system, scar tissue following an infection or surgery, urinary tract or bowel diseases, or as an effect of physical or sexual abuse.
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