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Doctor insights on: Lower Abdominal And Pelvic Pain In Women

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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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I have blood in urine, abdominal and pelvic pain with lower back ache. Not a uti. What could it be?

I have blood in urine, abdominal and pelvic pain with lower back ache. Not a uti. What could it be?

Depends : Could be a few things, at the top of my differential includes kidney stones and cystic kidney disease with the first be more likely. You need some imaging most likely ultrasound or ct scan. ...Read more

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I have had very dull lower abdominal/pelvic pain. it usually comes for causing this new sharp pain?

Multiple causes: A lot of causes can produce abdominal pain and not all of which is related to a GYN cause. A cyclic pain that is often related with your periods can be a sign that it may be GYN related. See your GYN for further discussion about this pain; You can also set up a consult with me to discuss this further best wishes Dr M ...Read more

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Im having lower right abdomen pain as well as pelvic pain what could it be?

Im having lower right abdomen pain as well as pelvic pain what could it be?

Many possibilities: Right lower abdominal pain and pelvic pain can be due to many causes. Some more serious causes include appendicitis, infection, diverticulitis, ectopic pregnancy, etc. These symptoms should be immediately evaluated by your doctor to make a definitive diagnosis. ...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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I'm 21, female, with left pelvic pain for 8 months, clear abdominal ultrasound, no other tests performed. What tests should I request from my doctor?

Pelvic pain: Complete history and ohysical exam including pelvic, abdominal, musculoskeletal, rectal exam, neurologic and sensory. Consider trial of pain medications, oral contraceptives or other hormonal therapies. If pain persists then consider minimally invasive surgery like laparosocopy. ...Read more

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Severe pelvic pain when bladder is full . Right side pelvic bulge. Abdomen swelling, bloated. Right side lower abdomen bigger than left. Painfulmenses?

Severe pelvic pain when bladder is full . Right side pelvic bulge. Abdomen swelling, bloated. Right side lower abdomen bigger than left. Painfulmenses?

Needs evaluation: While I can speculate on potential causes of these symptoms, you need some serious, specific answers. That means a thorough examination plus some X-ray studies to define the problem. Start by calling your physician or gynecologist today to make an appointment to get started. ...Read more