Chronic pelvic pain can often be challenging to diagnose. But challenging doesn’t mean impossible. Finding the right diagnosis is the first step toward lasting relief.
Research links tight pants and pubic hair removal to chronic genital pain called vulvodynia. But the cause of the condition is probably more complicated than a pair of skinny jeans. Luckily, treatments are available.
Attention women. Do you feel more aches and pains as you age? Research shows that women (regardless of age) experience pain more often and differently than men do. Learn more!
Elagolix won’t be the right answer for every endometriosis sufferer, but it’s another treatment option that can help ease chronic pelvic pain in women suffering for this painful disease.
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If you suffer chronic testicular pain from an unknown cause, a new surgical option may offer long-term relief. But first your doctor must rule out other possible causes of your pain.
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