Educating People to Manage Chronic Pelvic Pain

Educating People to Manage Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic is defined as pain that is felt below the belly button that lasts for six months. Sometimes pelvic pain in women might be associated with menstrual pain. Chronic pelvic pain can be an indication of one or more different ailments, however, in a few cases, chronic pain is because of the disrupted functioning of the nervous system What causes a pelvic pain to be chronic?
Chronic pelvic arises from a variety of reasons the reasons might be gynecologic, gastrointestinal, urological, musculoskeletal and other disorders Gynecologic causes Gynecologic causes are one of the common reasons that lead chronic pelvic pain in 20 percent of women across the United States.it has been observed, in some groups of women gynecological causes of pelvic pain are even more prevailing. Some of the causes include: Endometriosis: Endometriosis is a condition where the tissue lining inside the uterus grows excessively outside the uterus. Some women experiencing certain condition feel no pain symptoms while others experience unbearable pain and face problems with fertility Fibroids Fibroids are non cancerous growth in the uterus. While not everyone with fibroid endure symptoms, however, a number of women encounter pelvic pain, heavy periods and problems conceiving Pelvic inflammatory disease Pelvic inflammatory disease is a severe infection often results from intercourse. In rare cases it is caused by a ruptured appendix, tuberculosis. It can affect the uterus, ovaries and the fallopian tubes. About one third of women affected by intense pelvic inflammatory disease complain, Pelvic adhesive disease Adhesion refers to abnormal tissue growth on the internal organ structures, such as the ovaries and fallopian tube. The excessive growth of the tissues causes one or more organs to stick together. Adhesions are not categorized as scar tissues and cannot be healed like scar tissues. However, According to Zaki Anwar, Medical Director and founder of The Pain Management Institute,; “Surgery for pelvic adhesion is not an option as it does not provide relief in many cases for chronic pelvic pain” Other causes
Irritable bowel syndrome Painful bladder syndrome and interstitial cystitis Pelvic floor pain Abdominal Myofascial pain Fibromyalgia Physical, sexual, or mental abuse Managing Chronic Pelvic Any pain or agonizing in our body not only affect us physically also it creates a lasting impression on our mental health as well. Hence, many physicians recommend psychotherapy or cognitive behavioral therapy and other relaxation treatments to help overcome the agonizing Treatments for Chronic Pelvic The treatment options include Medical treatment Physical therapy Pain management clinics Acupuncture Biofeedback and relaxation therapies Nerve stimulation devices Injection of tender sites with a local anesthetic Surgical treatment