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Pelvic pain can be a symptom of many different gynaecological conditions. Possible causes of pelvic pain include:
However, pelvic pain can also be associated with other kinds of conditions, such as constipation, peritonitis or appendicitis.
Since pelvic pain can have many different causes, it can appear in different forms:
Depending on the cause of the pelvic pain, it can also be associated with other symptoms. Telling your gynaecologist about these can help her to make the right diagnosis. You might have noticed:
You should see a gynaecologist if you are experiencing pelvic pain, particularly if it is linked with other gynaecological symptoms. However, if the pain is very severe you should go to your nearest A&E as it could be cause by a burst cyst, appendicitis or another issue that requires urgent treatment.
If you visit a gynaecologist because of pelvic pain, your doctor may want to do the following to identify the cause:
However, sometimes it isn’t possible to identify a gynaecological cause of pelvic pain. Your gynaecologist might recommend seeing a different specialist if there no gynaecological problems can be found.
The treatment will depend on the cause of the pelvic pain. You can find out more about the different treatment options for conditions such as endometriosis and fibroids on the relevant pages of this website.
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