What doctors see males for chronic pelvic pain?

Pelvic pain in men. Unless your primary care doctor can figure it out referral to a urologist would be recommended. If they can't figure it out then referral to an interventional pain management specialist would be warranted.

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Chronic pelvic pain I feel a little pea sized ball near my groin cud it be a inguinal hernia if so how do I get rid of it and what doctor do I see?

Primary care doc. A pea-size ball is very unlikely to be a hernia. A palpable lymph node would be more likely. That is the sort of thing that your primar care doctor could assess in relation to your other symptoms. Read more...

What can I do for chronic pelvic pain? I have tried everything and nothing works. Oxycodone helped a little bit but the doctor wont give me anymore.

I . I am assuming that you have had a thorough gynecological workup to diagnose your chronic pelvic pain. There are specially trained physical therapists that can help you with chronic pelvic pain. There are other medications such as Neurontin and Lyrica (pregabalin) that can help with the pain. Please see a specialist for other advice, because there are ways to treat chronic pelvic pain. Read more...
Need diagnostic test. The cause of your pain needs to be thoroughly worked up with physical examination, history and appropriately determined radiological and/or lab tests. I suggest you see a gynecologist first. Read more...

What are the symptoms of chronic pelvic pain in males?

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. Read more...

What can I do to manage my chronic pelvic pain?

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. Read more...

I have a mild case of ic and chronic pelvic pain does ic get worse with age? I'm 36 currently.

May worsen... If DX is correct, it may worsen over time, but the pace of worsening varies greatly and is unpredictable. Nonetheless, just do something within our control, namely, daily lifestyle as the foundation of healthcare and the key to longevity. Read more...

What's chronic pelvic pain in men from?

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. Read more...