Top
10
Doctor insights on: Pelvic Pain Between Periods

Share
Dr. Rahil Malik
6 doctors shared insights

Pelvic Pain Between Periods (Overview)

Pelvic pain between periods is a symptom in which a woman feels aches and pains in the lowest part of her tummy (the tummy area on the inside of her pubic bone), but only when she is not having menstrual bleeding.


1

1
8 weeks postpartum, 1st period is black, sometimes pelvic pain when sneezing, and painful intercourse, could it be ovarian cysts or is it normal?

8 weeks postpartum,  1st period is black, sometimes pelvic pain when sneezing,  and painful intercourse,  could it be ovarian cysts or is it normal?

Still healing.: The first period after birth may be abnormal, but usually corrects the next time. Your other symptoms way reflect your body still healing, so give it some more time. If you are concerned, go see your GYN. ...Read more

Dr. Rahil Malik
6 doctors shared insights

Pelvic Pain Between Periods (Overview)

Pelvic pain between periods is a symptom in which a woman feels aches and pains in the lowest part of her tummy (the tummy area on the inside of her pubic bone), but only when she is not having menstrual bleeding.


2

2
I have chronic pelvic pain. What can I do to help get rid of it?

I have chronic pelvic pain. What can I do to help get rid of it?

Evaluation !: Chronic pelvic pain is a symptom of many conditions. You need to see a competent gynecologist who can perform a thorough evaluation. ...Read more

3

3
Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

office evaluation
once
pelvic exam
once
ultrasound
once
4

4
Pelvic pain between periods. Should I worry about?

Pelvic pain between periods. Should I worry about?

See your OB/GYN : Many possible causes. Pain is not normal. Only a thorough history and physical exam by your ob/gyn can solve this one. ...Read more

5

5
I have pelvic pain, spotting between periods and bloating could it be cysts in ovaries?

I have pelvic pain, spotting between periods and bloating could it be cysts in ovaries?

Maybe. Or PID?: An ovarian cyst might cause these symptoms, but there are several other possibilities. If you are sexually active and at risk for STD (new or multiple partners, or your partner having sex with others), chlamydia or gonorrhea are possibilities, perhaps causing pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Whatever the cause, this should be evaluated without delay. See your doctor ASAP. ...Read more

See 2 more doctor answers
6

6
Treating Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Checklist)

Ask for STD testing
Once
Have your partner get STD testing
Once
Take all of your medication exactly as prescribed
Once
Use condoms when having intercourse to prevent STD transmission
Once
9

9
Living with Irregular Periods (Checklist)

Stop smoking
Once
Have your TSH, prolactin, and testosterone levels tested
Once
Dr. Luis Gonzalez
1,090 doctors shared insights

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