Pelvic Pain

Pelvic Pain

Understanding Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain can often be an unexpected concern for many women, especially during menstruation. While regular ovulation can be a source of such pain, other conditions like interstitial cystitis or urinary tract infections might be culprits. With the myriad potential causes, pinpointing the root of the pain can be a challenge. However, with over 30 years of combined experience, our team of adept gynecologists is poised to diagnose and treat the source of discomfort effectively.

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Pelvic Pain

Pain Indicators

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Bleeding Issues

Abnormal bleeding diverges from the typical menstrual cycle and encompasses heavy bleeding, spotting between periods, or post-menopausal bleeding. These variations can be indicators of underlying health conditions such as fibroids, endometriosis, or even cancer, underscoring the need for medical evaluation.

Medical Concerns

If you are experiencing pelvic pain and bleeding, it is important to see a healthcare provider to determine the underlying cause. Pelvic pain accompanied by bleeding can signify a range of medical concerns. 

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