Chronic Pelvic Pain Treatments

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Chronic pelvic pain is characterized as a throbbing pain the in the pelvic region that persists for 6 months or more. The level of pain are varied, some feel a mild ache from below the belly button and above the hips area while others experience pain strong enough to interrupt daily activities. The fact is, chronic pelvic pain treatment will depend on the type of condition that causes pain.

In this article, we will discuss the causes and chronic pelvic pain treatment available on the market today. There are several known causes of chronic pelvic pain, below are some of the most common:


This is a condition wherein tissues lining in the uterus shift through the fallopian tubes and move in various places such as the bladder or pelvic areas. During menstruation, the tissues will puff up and bleed, causing pain and scarring inside the pelvic area.

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Pelvic inflammatory disease is caused when the cervix is exposed to certain sexually transmitted diseases such as Chlamydia or gonorrhoea. Once the bacteria enter the reproductive area, it can infect other internal organs. This disease’s long-term effects are damaged fallopian tubes and infertility.


These are tiny non-cancerous growth in the uterus’ muscular wall. Sizes for fibroids are varied; some can be extremely small while there are know cases where fibroids grew as big as a cantaloupe.

Ovarian Residue

When an individual undergo complete hysterectomy where the uterus and ovaries are completely removed, certain ovary tissues are left behind and this remainder will develop into painful cysts.

Chronic pelvic pain treatment will vary from one case to the other. In order to determine which chronic pelvic pain treatment is the right one for you, you need to consult your doctor right away. Below are some of the most common treatments for chronic pelvic pain:

  • Birth Control Pills
  • Anti-inflammatory painkillers such as Ibuprofen or Naproxen
  • Regular exercise
  • Medications that are directly injected on painful areas
  • Antibiotics
  • Physical therapy
  • In rare instances, surgery, assuming that there are malformations seen in the pelvic region

If you have been experiencing chronic pelvic pain, you need to check with your doctor right away in order to determine which type of chronic pelvic pain treatment you need. Do not attempt to self-medicate otherwise, you risk getting various health complications.

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Tina Lee-Almazar | Tinaciouslee

Tina Lee-Almazar is a writer and editor based in the Philippines. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting from Centro Escolar University in Manila. She started out as a production associate at ABS-CBN Broadcasting Network in 2004 before transitioning to creative writing in 2006. Her years of experience as a writer resulted in having considerable knowledge in a variety of writing fields. When she’s not surrounding herself with pretty things or discussing herself in the third person, Tina watches funny cat videos all day.

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