Pelvic pain or stomach pain can be a difficult experience with a variety of possible causes. Pelvic pain could simply mean menstrual cramps or it could mean a pelvic inflammatory disease for women. Or for both men and women, the some causes may include: kidney stones or colon cancer. The variety of possible medical conditions is very wide-ranged, if you feel your pelvic pain is a symptom for something worse, contact Pegasus Pain Management immediately.
When you feel pain in your muscles/abdomen/back/neck. This is an incurable type of arthritis, but it is treatable.
Symptoms of Fibromyalgia: Sharp/chronic/pins and needles/ diffuse pain, mood swings, fatigue, sensitivity to cold/pain, tingling sensation, forgetfulness, or lack of concentration.
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There is a wide variety of types of cancer, but the one that is related to pelvic pain is known as colon cancer. The pain for colon cancer will be focused in the abdomen area. The symptoms for colon cancer are shown below.
Symptoms or Cancer Pain: Fatigue, anemia, weight loss, abdominal discomfort, constipation, or passing excessive amounts of gas.
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The most common way to relieve pelvic pain is to use a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) such as naproxen sodium (Aleve), Ibuprofen (Advil), or aspirin. In some cases, NSAIDs work well and completely relieve all pain, but, in most cases, they only work partially, just enough to get by. Unlike arm pain or leg pain, pelvic pain can’t be treated with bandage wraps and ice packs. In some cases pelvic pain may just be related to natural things such as menstrual cramps and kidney stones, but there are so many dangerous risks, it’s better to be safe than sorry. If you are having pelvic pain, contact Pegasus Pain management.
If you have pelvic pain, contact Pegasus Pain Management, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area immediately, to see what kind of pain treatment is best for you. To contact Pegasus Pain Management call (214) 702-5855