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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
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Pelvic Pain (Definition)

The pelvic region refers to the lowermost portion of the abdomen, below the level of the umbilicus, and most often in the lowermost portions of the abdomen, on the sides and centrally. Discomfort, in various forms (stabbing , cramping, aching, ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

Practice stress reduction techniques
Once
Avoid tight fitting and restrictive clothing
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Avoid activities that strain or tighten pelvic floor
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Increase fluid intake until urine is clear
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27 female-abdominal pain lower quadrant both sides loose stools/diarrhea/anal fissures. Pulsing rectal pain. +midcycle pelvic pain too.- just ibs?

See a GI ; GYN: And get checked for ibs, ibd / inflammatory bowel disease, intestinal infection, polyps, uterine fibroids etc.Best wishes! http://www.m.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/digestive-diseases-diarrhea. http://www.m.webmd.com/pain-management/guide/pelvic-pain. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

Exercise
Daily
Rule out an infection
Yearly
Don't ignore pain
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I have blood in urine, abdominal and pelvic pain with lower back ache. Not a uti. What could it be?

See your doctor: Among several possibilities is a kidney stone. You should contact your primary care doctor or ob/gyn. ...Read more

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I have chronic lower abdominal/ pelvic pain that is accompanied by lower back pain. I've had this for two years. Still no answers. What could this be?

I have chronic lower abdominal/ pelvic pain that is accompanied by lower back pain. I've had this for two years. Still no answers. What could this be?

Tough case: Chronic pelvic pain is one of the more difficult diagnoses to pin down. If it is cyclical (worse with periods) then consider endometriosis as a likely possibility. You might need a laparoscopy to make the diagnosis, as ultrasound is often not helpful. Other possibilities are urinary tract, bowel, or musculoskeletal related pain. You may need to see several docs to be sure. Good luck with this! ...Read more

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