Causes of Pelvic/Pelvis Pain?
Catagory: Gynaecology Author: Dr Rekha Prabhu
For various persons, there may be several causes of discomfort around the pelvis or in the pelvis. The following list of 5 types of pelvic pain should help you:
1. During Sex
Numerous conditions, including infections, vaginal dryness, and muscular spasms, can result in discomfort around the pelvis during intercourse.
The Solution: Using vaginal lubricants and doing pelvic floor exercises like the Kegel can significantly reduce discomfort.
2. Discomfort during urinating
Urinary tract infections are the most frequent cause, however, they can also be caused by kidney stones, interstitial cystitis, or painful bladder syndrome.
The Solution: Consult a gynecologist, do a urinalysis and a culture, and then take the prescribed medication.
3. Discomfort during bowel movements
Fissures and hemorrhoids, sometimes known as piles, are frequent issues. Due to the fact that constipation is a trigger, they are more prevalent among pregnant women.
The Solution: During pregnancy, the only options are stool softeners and more fiber in the diet. Only after delivery can a definitive course of action be taken.
4. Discomfort in Periods
Cramps often begin with a period and subside in one to two days once the flow begins. These are physiological and typical.
The Solution: Exercise, hot water fomentation, and secure pain relievers like mefenamic acid are excellent treatment techniques.
5. Severe stomach pain
Accompanied by discomfort during sexual activity, discomfort during bowel movements, and/or irregular bleeding.
A key factor contributing to this type of discomfort is endometriosis. It could result in a life of poor quality.
There are several therapy alternatives available as a remedy. Depending on the patient’s age, the severity of their symptoms, and the need to maintain fertility, either conservative surgery or drastic surgery may be recommended.
Before addressing your discomfort, you need to determine what is causing it. If you are unclear of the cause, schedule a consultation with Dr. Rekha Prabhu, who will explain the causes of the pelvic discomfort and your treatment choices.