Pelvic pain affects millions of women throughout the US and they often suffer in silence.  Not knowing what is wrong, who can help can help, or even talking with a medical provider that is not trained in this issue can result in years of unnecessary and very treatable pain.

Pelvic floor pain can include experiencing pain with sex, prolonged sitting or standing, bike riding, or the feeling of recurrent UTIs with negative urine cultures. It can also be the source of low back pain when other treatments have failed.

Symptoms of pain can include burning or sharp sensations, a chronic dull ache, or sharp, dull, or tearing pain with intercourse. Pelvic floor pain can radiate into the lower abdomen, groin, sacrum, tailbone as well as low back.

Pelvic Pain can be linked to many issues including:

  • Over-tight pelvic floor muscles

  • Vulvodynia

  • Interstitial Cystitis

  • Endometriosis

  • Pudendal Nerve distribution pain or Pudendal Neuralgia

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

  • IBS and other abdominal conditions

Click HERE to check out our BLOG where PELVIC PAIN is addressed in many installments.

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