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Dr. Jerome Yaklic
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Severe Pelvic Pain (Overview)

Severe pelvic pain is a symptom in which a person has great pain in the lowest part of the tummy. Severe pelvic pain is usually an emergency. Causes include rupture of an organ, internal bleeding, infections, etc...


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28 yr female, would ic cause severe pelvic pain w tenderness anf swelling, lower right side? Also previous CIN iii, dr says its my bladder hurting ...

28 yr female, would ic cause severe pelvic pain w tenderness anf swelling, lower right side? Also previous CIN iii, dr says its my bladder hurting ...

Need evaluation: Even if your bladder hurts, this is just a symptom and not a diagnosis. You need a complete evaluation for pelvic pain with includes a laparoscopic examination to rule endometriosis. ...Read more

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Dr. Jerome Yaklic
46 doctors shared insights

Severe Pelvic Pain (Overview)

Severe pelvic pain is a symptom in which a person has great pain in the lowest part of the tummy. Severe pelvic pain is usually an emergency. Causes include rupture of an organ, internal bleeding, infections, etc...


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I have had severe pelvic pain for 4 months now, what could be causing this?

I have had severe pelvic pain for 4 months now, what could be causing this?

Get checked..: It is difficult to tell with just your question...Specific location, timing/relation to activities etc..Walking/sleeping/during relation etc...Can help tease out cause. Infection such as pelvic infllammatory disease can certainly do so, as well as ovarian cysts, salpingitis (infection of your tubes) etc..Since it has been 4 months, i would consult doc..Likely need exam and ultrasound. Good luck. ...Read more

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Managing Chronic Pelvic Pain (Checklist)

office evaluation
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pelvic exam
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ultrasound
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Which is most effective at treating severe chronic neuropathic pelvic pain that has no cause: spinal cord stimulator, nerve block injection or tens?

It depends: I would consult a pain management physician for this. Definitely try a round of steroid injections or a tens unit first before having a spinal cord stimulator permanently implanted. ...Read more

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Treating Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Checklist)

Ask for STD testing
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Have your partner get STD testing
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Take all of your medication exactly as prescribed
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Use condoms when having intercourse to prevent STD transmission
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Had endometrial ablation 3 yrs ago, have severe pelvic pain; unhealthy uterus due to hemorrhage, want to avoid laparoscopic supravervical hysterectomy?

Had endometrial ablation 3 yrs ago, have severe pelvic pain; unhealthy uterus due to hemorrhage, want to avoid laparoscopic supravervical hysterectomy?

medical treatments: There are non surgical treatments such mirena, (levonorgestrel) hormones and Lupron that can be used to avoid hysterectomy, even if they are not always successful. If your gyn is not interested in discussing these, consider seeking out a second opinion. ...Read more

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How can I get rested for severe pelvic pain?

How can I get rested for severe pelvic pain?

See your doctor. : Usually we do a physical exam, followed by ultrasound, then laparoscopy if needed. Pain could be due to fibroids, ovarian cysts, or endometriosis. ...Read more

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Managing Neck Pain (Checklist)

Use pain medication as directed
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Avoid fast movements
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See your doctor if your neck pain hasn't improved in 1 week
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I have had severe pelvic pain for 4 months now, what could be causing this?

Get checked..: It is difficult to tell with just your question...Specific location, timing/relation to activities etc..Walking/sleeping/during relation etc...Can help tease out cause. Infection such as pelvic infllammatory disease can certainly do so, as well as ovarian cysts, salpingitis (infection of your tubes) etc..Since it has been 4 months, i would consult doc..Likely need exam and ultrasound. Good luck. ...Read more

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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