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I have constant pelvic pain is that normal?

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Dr. Matt Malkin
Anesthesiology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Probably not

It looks like you are young on your profile.
Common sources of chronic pelvic pain might be uti, std, endometriosis, hernia, other things. If you were older, organ prolapse. If more acute, ovarian torsion, ectopic pregnancy, etc. See your gynecologist or pcp for exam and workup. A pregnancy test also probably good idea.

In brief: Probably not

It looks like you are young on your profile.
Common sources of chronic pelvic pain might be uti, std, endometriosis, hernia, other things. If you were older, organ prolapse. If more acute, ovarian torsion, ectopic pregnancy, etc. See your gynecologist or pcp for exam and workup. A pregnancy test also probably good idea.
Dr. Matt Malkin
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Dr. Hallie Robbins
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Multifactorial pain

Constant pelvic pain isn't normal.
Men, women and kids can have it -- uterus and vulva pain, prostate, and muscles-bones-nerves strains... Sex, abuse, falls, accidents... Infections... Pregnancy and childbirth... See your doctor. Exercise, manual therapy, pt, neurobiofeedback and injections are among the many treatment options. Take care of yourself and get better!

In brief: Multifactorial pain

Constant pelvic pain isn't normal.
Men, women and kids can have it -- uterus and vulva pain, prostate, and muscles-bones-nerves strains... Sex, abuse, falls, accidents... Infections... Pregnancy and childbirth... See your doctor. Exercise, manual therapy, pt, neurobiofeedback and injections are among the many treatment options. Take care of yourself and get better!
Dr. Hallie Robbins
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Dr. Eric Berkowitz
Radiology

In brief: No

No, it is not normal.
Ask your gynecologist. There are many possible causes, one cause that is hard to diagnose is pelvic venous insufficiency. Look for an interventional radiologist in your area and arrange a consultation.

In brief: No

No, it is not normal.
Ask your gynecologist. There are many possible causes, one cause that is hard to diagnose is pelvic venous insufficiency. Look for an interventional radiologist in your area and arrange a consultation.
Dr. Eric Berkowitz
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