Pelvic pain can come from different reasons like gynecological issues (such as endometriosis, fibroids, or ovarian cysts), urinary tract infections, or problems with the pelvic floor. Schedule an appointment now so we can take care of you!
Diagnosis of pelvic pain typically involves a comprehensive evaluation by one of our providers. This may include a thorough medical history, physical examination, imaging tests (such as ultrasounds or MRI), blood and urine tests, and sometimes minimally invasive procedures like laparoscopy. The goal is to pinpoint the cause of the pain to guide appropriate treatment.
Treatment for pelvic pain depends on its underlying cause. Options may include medication (such as antibiotics for infections, pain relievers, or hormonal therapy), physical therapy for pelvic floor dysfunction, lifestyle changes (such as dietary modifications for gastrointestinal issues), and in some cases, surgical interventions to address structural problems. The treatment plan is individualized based on the diagnosis.
Remember that pelvic pain can vary in intensity and duration, and it's essential to seek medical attention if you experience persistent or severe pelvic discomfort. We can help determine the cause and recommend the most appropriate treatments for your specific situation.