Painful Gynecological Conditions
Pelvic or abdominal pain, genital pain, and pain during sex are some of the most common indicators of a gynecological illness or infection. Pain can be caused by a wide variety of conditions of the reproductive, urinary, or digestive system, and must be treated according to its particular cause. Pain can also have multiple related causes. Some pain is located in the muscles and connective tissues in the pelvis while other pain is triggered by some irritation to the pelvic region’s sensitive nerves.
Many women tend to ignore abdominal pain, dismissing it as normal menstrual cramps. Whatever the cause of your pain, your gynecologist can help you manage it. If you’re experiencing acute, chronic, or intermittent pain, make an appointment to visit your doctor.