Pelvic pain is experienced differently from one person to the next, but it usually shows up in the lower area of the abdomen. The pain can come on suddenly, come and go, or remain steady. You may experience it as a sharp and shooting pain, a stabbing sensation, or more of a dull ache that radiates around your pelvic region.
Women often experience pelvic pain during certain times of their menstrual cycles or during sex. Pelvic pain may happen in addition to menstrual-related cramps or worsen existing cramps.
There are several different causes of pelvic pain, and it’s not always a quick process figuring out why it’s happening. For women, however, it’s usually an indication of some condition related to the reproductive organs, such as:
In some cases, your pelvic pain might be caused by more than one problem. Your dedicated physician at Capital Women’s Care will run the necessary tests to diagnose your condition accurately.
If you experience pelvic pain beyond mild to moderate cramping during your menstrual cycle, it’s a good idea to see a doctor to rule out a more serious health issue. Sudden pain or pain that becomes worse over time could indicate there is a problem with your uterus, ovaries, cervix, or fallopian tubes.
If you’re concerned about pelvic pain, make an appointment to see one of the qualified physicians at Capital Women’s Care today.