Pain in the pelvis can take many forms: sharp or dull, constant or intermittent, gradual or sudden. It may range from mildly uncomfortable to so severe that you cannot sleep, work or enjoy your usual activities. No matter how you experience pelvic pain, you want it to end. We’re here to help make that happen.

Causes of Pelvic Pain

Usually, pelvic pain is a symptom of another underlying condition. Problems most often associated with pain in the pelvic area include:

  • Depression and chronic stress
  • Pelvic congestion syndrome
  • Painful bladder syndrome
  • Interstitial cystitis

Diagnosing and Treating Pelvic Pain

Mercy gynecologists are experts at diagnosing and treating this often-complex condition. The first step is scheduling an appointment with your physician to discuss your specific pelvic pain symptoms, determine the cause and create a personalized treatment plan.

Should you require more specialized care, we’ll coordinate the details to make it as convenient as possible and get you back to living pain-free.

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