Pelvic Pain

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Downtown office

26 Broadway, Suite 931,

NY 10004

Monday – Friday
08:00 AM – 07:00 PM

Midtown office

274 Madison Ave, Suite 1001,

NY 10016

Monday – Friday
08:00 AM – 07:00 PM

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Pelvic pain

What is Pelvic Pain?

Although pelvic pain often refers to pain in the region of women’s (and people assigned female at birth’s, AFAB) reproductive organs, it can be present in all sexes and can stem from other causes. Pelvic pain might be a symptom of infection or arise from pain in your pelvic bone or nonreproductive internal organs. But in women and people AFAB, pelvic pain can very well be an indication that there might be a problem with one of the reproductive organs in their pelvic area (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix and vagina).

Symptoms :

Pelvic pain may be accompanied by other symptoms or warning signs. Some of the most common pelvic pain symptoms include:
  • Vaginal bleeding, spotting or discharge.
  • Menstrual pain.
  • Dysuria (painful urination).
  • Constipation or diarrhea.
  • Bloating or gas.
  • Rectal bleeding (bleeding when you poop).
  • Pain during sex.
  • Fever or chills.
  • Hip pain.
  • Pain in your groin area.

Causes :

There are many reasons why you may develop pelvic pain, including:
  • Appendicitis. Bladder disorders (such as urinary tract infections).
  • Sexually transmitted infections.
  • Kidney infection or kidney stones.
  • Intestinal disorders (such as diverticulitis or colitis).
  • Nerve conditions (such as pinched nerves of your spine).
  • Hernia.
  • Pelvis disorders (such as tightness and spasms of pelvic muscles).
  • Broken pelvic bones.
  • Psychogenic pain (pain related to stress or psychological traumas from the past).
Possible pelvic pain causes in women and AFAB include:
  • Pregnancy.
  • Ectopic pregnancy.
  • Miscarriage.
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).
  • Ovulation.
  • Menstrual cramps.
  • Ovarian cysts or other
  • ovarian disorders.
  • Uterine fibroids.
  • Endometriosis.
  • Cervical cancer.
  • Uterine cancer.
  • Ovarian cancer.

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The treatment of pelvic pain depends on several factors, including cause, intensity and frequency of pain. Common pelvic pain treatments include:


Sometimes, pelvic pain is treated with drugs, including antibiotics, if necessary.


If the pain results from an issue with one of your pelvic organs, the treatment might involve surgery or other procedures.

Physical Therapy:

Physical therapists help people with pelvic pain restore strength, flexibility, and function to the muscles and joints in the pelvic region. They help people get back to their everyday activities. Pelvic floor physical therapy is a treatment for problems related to the pelvic floor. This specialized therapy includes exercises that can help relieve symptoms like pain, discomfort, and disruptions to your quality of life. Our Physical Therapist in New York works with each patient to develop programs to meet their specific needs.