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What can they do for pelvic conjestion syndrome?

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Dr. Rhonda Simons
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In brief: Pelvic Congestion

Early treatment options for pelvic congestion include pain medication, alternative therapies such as acupuncture, and suppression of ovarian function.
More aggressive option is surgery; however, it can be done using noninvasive transcatheter techniques to embolize the varicose veins that are being compressed within the abdomen causing symptoms. Up to 80% of women obtain relief using this method.

In brief: Pelvic Congestion

Early treatment options for pelvic congestion include pain medication, alternative therapies such as acupuncture, and suppression of ovarian function.
More aggressive option is surgery; however, it can be done using noninvasive transcatheter techniques to embolize the varicose veins that are being compressed within the abdomen causing symptoms. Up to 80% of women obtain relief using this method.
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