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.

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7 weeks pregnant. Severe pelvic pain. Gone while resting but comeback after few minutes walk. No bleeding. Why?

Round ligament pain. During this early time, it is possible that you are starting to have pain related to the suspensory ligaments that hold the uterus in place being stretched. This can be quite uncomfortable, and last for many weeks, but is completely normal. Of course, it's best to be checked out for more major problems, but it could just be related to the enlargement of the uterus as the baby is growing. Read more...

I've had severe pelvic pain since childbirth. Is this normal?

Can be. 40s has "severe pelvic pain" since undergoing childbirth, which is a significant mechanical force that can stretch & permanently injure sacroiliac joint ligaments. Pain generation from these injured ligaments can radiate to the mid-pelvis. Chronic lower back pain, dyspareunia & Interstitial Cystitis are other potential consequences of sacroiliac joint instability. . Read more...

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

Too many things! Please see a dr.This can be anything and we (on a open forum like this) can only answer generally and never specifically as it pertains to you.This is problem you should not allow to persist:see someone asap for a proper dx! Read more...
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...
Cyst, infection ,atr. Uterus, vagina, colon, or bladder can all cause pelvic pain, inside. Any one, two, or all could be infected, full of cysts, or thin/raw(atrophy) . Most likely need to see a doctor for thorough history and physical of these areas. Read more...

I have severe pelvic pain should I go to the ER or the lady dr?

Depends. If you also have a fever, go to the er. If there is no fever and the pain is tolerable, you'll get more experienced care (better) by going to a gynecologist who knows you. Read more...
See your OB/Gyn. Not an emergency (with rare exceptions). Make a scheduled appointment with your gynocologist. Read more...

I have severe pelvic pain which intensifies with intercourse. Have spoke with gyno and she has found no probs. What should I do next?

Pelvic pain. Severe pelvic pain needs a diagnosis. If your first gyn was unable to find a diagnosis, you need a second opinion. Has an ultrasound been done? Next step is laparoscopy. Two of the more obscure causes of such pelvic pain are endometriosis (laparoscopy required for diagnosis) and vulvar vestibulitis (tender swelling of glands in vulva). Also rule out pregnancy (ectopic). Read more...
Pelvic pain. Given that there is no gyn issues you would also want to see a urologist to ensure there is no urological issue. If this comes back okay then seek the input of a pain specialist. Read more...
Re-evaluate. You may need to be evaluated by a pelvic pain specialist in order to ascertain whther there are othe subtle reasons for your pain . Read more...