When should I see a doctor about pelvic pain?

Severity. Excessive or progressive pain is often a warning sign that something is wrong. If pain is interfering with your normal activities, keeping you awake at night, becoming progressively worse, and not relieved by simple analgesics, it should be evaluated by a doctor.
Pelvic Pain. You should see a qualified specialist for any pain, especially when it becomes chronic. Pain is the bodies way of saying "something's wrong or not happy". That doesn't mean it is necessarily a medical emergency, but pain can be diagnosed and treated.

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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. Read more...

Help with diagnosing pelvic pain and nausea but no issue found. What tests should I ask or what type of doctor to see? Right tube removed with lapscpy

See an Ob/gyn. An ob/gyn is a dr who specializes in pelvic problems related to the female reproductive system. There is not enough info to help you with a diagnosis, many things can cause pelvic pain & nausea. Make an appointment with an ob/gyn. They will probably want to do an exam & ultrasound. If you have already seen one & they cannot find the cause, you may want to get a 2nd opinion from another ob/gyn. Read more...
Nausea & pain. Nausea and pain are nonspecific signals. You might have scarring inside, bowel irritability, or other effects. Or a flu. Or pregnant. How long it's been since the surgery matters. Your gyn and family doctor are most likely resources to see you & order labs/mri/ultrasound. If still in doubt, consult a pelvic pain expert. Read more...

Pelvic pain, intense dull ache past 2 days. Months of midcycle bleeding. Ultrasound appt scheduled. Heavier bleeding today, wait or see my doc again?

If your pain is. intolerable or if the heavy bleeding is accompanied by weakness, lightheadedness, fever or pallor, it's best not to wait. Otherwise it makes sense to see your doctor when s/he can review the ultrasound results with you. Best wishes. Dr. Anne. Read more...
Pelvic pain. You may have endometriosis. An ovarian cyst is also possible. Have your tried ibuprofen to relieve discomfort? Certainly you should see your doctor after the ultrasound. Read more...

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...