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Do You Deal with Pelvic pain and/or Pain with Intercourse? Read More.

December 20, 2016

Pain in the pelvis and/or pain with intercourse are problems many women experience at some point over their lifetimes. There are MANY different causes, and solutions. This article, from NYMag Dec 8, 2016 issue, “Why Does It Hurt Every Time I Have Sex” and this information from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, provide a good intro to potential problems and their treatments.

The list of potential causes is vast. They range from pelvic issues (like adenomyosis, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic adhesions, pelvic congestion, some cervical conditions) to gastrointestinal concerns (irritable/inflamed bowel syndromes, and more) to urological (problems with bladder, ureters, urethra) to external genitalia issues involving the vulva or vagina, to issues with the pelvic ligaments and musculature, to psychological, historical, and relationship concerns, and more.

If you are experiencing pelvic pain and/or pain with intercourse, the place to start is your Oakland Macomb OBGYN provider. Make an appointment to address the pelvic pain, and expect a full interview and exam, and likely some further testing to identify the source of the pain and begin to make a plan to address it.

There are entire specialties devoted to female pelvic health- obviously gynecology, but also urology, pelvic floor physical therapy, some interventional radiology, psychotherapists who specialize in sexual health, and more. Help is out there. We can help you find it.

Also, Beaumont offers a “Women Coping Pelvic Pain Support Group” through the urology department. Check out their upcoming meetings.

Call today to start your evaluation and be on your way to better wellness!

(We are working on developing some support groups within Oakland Macomb. One may end up being a pelvic floor support group. Stay tuned in the new year if you are interested).