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Pelvic Pain

Endometriosis

Pelvic Adhension Disease

 Scar tissue Removal

Fibroid Uterus

Painful Sex

ENDOMETRIOSIS

Development of uterine's inner lining tissue outside the uterus.

Very common (More than 3 million cases per year in US)

Treatment from medical professional advised

Often requires lab test or imaging

Can last several months

Common for ages 18-35

Family history may increase likelihood

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PELVIC ADHESION DISEASE/SCAR TISSUE REMOVAL

These bands of scar tissue are called adhesions. Thus, pelvic adhesive disease is defined as a condition in which scar tissue binds adjacent organs to one another. Adhesions are often a cause of infertility. If they form inside or around the ends of the Fallopian tubes, they may block an egg and sperm from meeting.

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 PELVIC  CONGESTION SYNDROM

Pelvic congestion syndrome, also known as pelvic vein incompetence, is a long term condition in women believed to be due to enlarged veins in the lower abdomen. The condition may cause chronic pain, such as a constant dull ache, which can be worsened by standing or sex. Pain in the legs or lower back may also occur.

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 PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION

Pelvic floor dysfunction is an umbrella term for a variety of disorders that occur when pelvic floor muscles and ligaments are impaired. Although this condition predominantly affects females, up to 16% of males suffer as well. Symptoms include pelvic pain, pressure, pain during sex, incontinence, incomplete emptying of feces, and visible organ protrusion. Tissues surrounding the pelvic organs may have increased or decreased sensitivity or irritation resulting in pelvic pain. Underlying causes of pelvic pain are often difficult to determine. The condition affects up to 50% of women who have given birth.

 

PELVIC INFECTIONS

An infection of the female reproductive organs including uterus, fallopian tubes , ovaries, and cervix.

Common (More than 200,000 cases per year in US)

Transmitted through sexual contact

Often requires lab test or imaging

Treatment from medical professional advised

Can last several days or weeks

It occurs when sexually transmitted bacteria spread from the vagina to the womb, fallopian tubes or ovaries. Symptoms includes pelvic pain, fever, vaginal discharge. Treatment includes antibiotics.

 

OVARIAN CYST

Presence of fluid-filled sacs or pockets in or on the surface of ovary.

Very common (More than 3 million cases per year in US)

Treatment from medical professional advised

Often requires lab test or imaging

Can last several months

Emergency room visit recommended in severe cases

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PAINFUL SEX