What is pelvic pain syndrome?

istock 1178090490 Women who deal with chronic pelvic pain should understand that there is often a reason behind their discomfort. It is vital that women with pelvic pain visit an OBGYN such as Dr. Craig Ranch to get a proper diagnosis of their condition and speak to a professional about the best possible solution for their condition. IN some cases, patients may be evaluated and diagnosed with chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

Understanding chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Many instances of pelvic pain may be short-term and caused by a specific issue such as fibroids, systems, or pelvic adhesions. However, other women may dealing with more chronic and continued pain that might eb the result of chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or is paired with abnormal uterine bleeding. When any of these issues exist, women are strongly encouraged to book an appointment with Dr. Craig Ranch to find out more.

Once the reason or the pelvic pain is diagnosed, patients may then discuss possible treatment with Dr. Craig Ranch. Treatment varies depending on the reason for the condition. If ovarian cysts or uterine fibroids are to blame, removal may improve a patient’s condition. For women who have a more broad scope of issue such as musculoskeletal pain, psychological factors. or vulvodynia, the treatment may not be as clear. We understand the frustration that comes with always being in pain, and we work directly with our patients to provide the best treatment based on their needs.

When women consult with our providers and undergo an initial evaluation, they are encouraged to speak candidly about their symptoms to allow our team to properly diagnose their condition along with screenings and image testing. Once a diagnosis has been made, we work with individuals to develop a treatment plan that meets their needs and can address their chronic discomfort.

Learn more about pelvic pain syndrome and the appropriate treatments

Dr. Craig Ranch and his team in McKinney, TX are committed to providing the best possible care for women. If you are dealing with chronic pelvic pain syndrome and are seeking a definitive diagnosis and treatment, we encourage you to call our practice at (214) 544-6600 to request an appointment with our team. We are conveniently located in Suite 100 at 7900 Henneman Way and are open to new patients.

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