Pelvic pain in men. There can be a variety of causes of pelvic pain in med. If your primary care doctor is having trouble finding the cause then referral to a urologist might be appropriate. If a urologist can't arrive at a cause then referral to an interventional pain management specialist would be appropriate.
Medical work up firs. Before pelvic pain in men is treated, the source of the pelvic pain must be determined. First your doctor should order a lumbar and pelvic mri. Second, I would order a psa level and perform a manuel prostate exam to determine if the prostate is enlarged. A would also order a vdrl. A would take an extensive history from the patient, ask if he has any he std's. If negative then refer to urologi.
Pelvic pain. See your gyn first, as this could be a gyn issue.
See a specialist. Pelvic pain may be from muscular spasm, endometriosis or infection. See you gynecologist.
The symptoms of Chronic pelvic pain include: Abdominal pain, Bladder tenderness, Headache, Low back pain, Nocturia, Pain during sex, Tender abdomen, Urethral pain, Painful urination, Burning with urination, Excessive menstrual cramps.
Chronic prostatitis. It is a chronic condition in men also called chronic non bacterial prostatitis or chronic prostatitis it causes pelvic or perineal pain without evidence of urinary infection lasting longer than 3 months as the main sumptom. Pain may radiate to rectum and there may be burning or pain during urination, pain in the penis, muscle pain and fatigue it may be caused by anxiety, with element of ocd&panic diso.
History and PE. Have your physician examine the hips and pelic musculature and perform a pelic exam after a thorough history. Tat will help direct your doctor to perform any lab work or medical imaging that may be indicated.
The tests for Chronic pelvic pain include: Cervical culture, MRI of pelvis, Urinalysis, Urine culture, Cystoscopy.
Pain in pelvis. By definition this needs to be pain in the pelvis which is lasting greater than 3 months and occurs most of the time. It also typically excludes any reversible causes. Symptoms may include pain with urination, defecation, sex, etc. If you fee you have this or any of the above symptoms, see a doctor.
Chronic pain. Symptoms depend on cause of pelvic pain. Symptoms may include intermittent or persistent pubic or hip pain, referred lower back pain, pain elicited when sitting, standing, walking, lifting heavy objects, pain with erection, pain during sex, sometimes referred pain to rectum and during defecating. If you have urethral stricture, you could have pain on urination. Pain can lead to anxiety and insom.
Pelvic pain. I recommend you seeing an OB/GYN doctor (if you are female) or a surgeon for evaluation. It is not normal to have chronic pelvic pain.