Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Management Pelvic Pain in Both Women and Men
Simply, pelvic pain is pain in the area of the pelvis. Pelvic pain often refers to women because pelvic pain sometimes occurs as pain in region of women’s internal reproductive organs. However, pelvic pain can happen in men too. This pain may be a sign that tells that there may be a problem with one of the reproductive organs in the pelvis area such as uterus, ovaries, fallopian tube or vagina.
Every disease including pelvic pain is defined by a diagnostic tool which is used internationally. This tool is what others called as ICD-10. ICD-10 stands for International Classification of Diseases Tenth Edition. Pelvic pain ICD-10 diagnosis code is R10.2 in Chapter 18. Specifically, pelvic pain ICD-10 diagnosis code can be found in section R10-R19.
Causes of Pelvic Pain
Pelvic pain in both women and men can be caused by a number of reasons including:
- Bladder disorders
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Kidney infection or kidney stones
- Nerve condition
- Intestinal disorders
- Pelvis disorder
- Broken pelvis
- Psychogenic pain
Symptoms of Pelvic Pain
Beside the pain in a person’s pelvis area, some others symptoms may also appear including:
- Menstrual pain
- Vaginal bleeding, spotting or discharge
- Worsening of menstrual cramps
- Blood with bowel movement
- Pain during intercourse
- Fever or chills
- Pain in the hip area
- Pain in the groin area
- Painful of difficult urination
- Bloating or gas
Treatment for Pelvic Pain
The treatment of this disease is depending on the cause. Your doctor will also ask you how intense the pain is and how often the pain occurs. Pelvic pain is also treated with medication but if there is a problem with one of the pelvic organs, the treatment may lead you to a surgery.
Management of Pelvic Pain
There are a number of ways to manage the pain of this disease. One of them is by learn more about your pain. We have known that everybody is different. So, you need to learn more about your individual condition. Consider about why you have pain, where it is coming from and what can make it better or worse.
If you have chronic pelvic pain, you can also try standard acupuncture, avoiding food sensitivities, take probiotics, learning to relax, relaxing the trigger points and many others.