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Pelvic pain occurs in the lowest portion of your abdomen and pelvis. It may be dull or sharp, constant or intermittent, and it can feel mild, moderate, or severe, sometimes radiating to your lower back or thighs.
Pelvic pain can be caused by conditions such as inflamed nerves or interstitial cystitis.
Evaluation and Treatments for Pelvic Pain
After a comprehensive evaluation, UT Southwestern Medical Center physicians will thoroughly explain your diagnosis and treatment options. Our specialists may advise you on specific actions you can take to reduce pain, including lifestyle changes that can help improve your condition and maintain long-term health.
Depending on your specific condition, our specialists may also prescribe:
- Muscle relaxants
- Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
- Anti-inflammatory cortisone injections
- Physical therapy
- Minimally invasive therapeutic procedures
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