A Guide on Chronic Pelvic Pain

Pelvic pain in pregnancy, which is also referred to as pelvic athropathy, is a condition that pregnant women typically suffer from, which starts early in pregnancy and lasting after delivery.While most of its causes are because of problems in the reproductive organs of a woman, it may also affect men as well, although because of other causes. Chronic pelvic pain is exemplified by a pelvic pain that continues for up to 6 months or more. The part of the body affected is below the belly button. The amount of pain may not be the same for each individual due to the various underlying conditions of chronic pelvic pain. Some people may experience recurring mild aches while others experience intense debilitating pain.

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