The treatment for Pelvic Pain is suggested to the female after proper diagnosis, depending on the cause of the condition. Based on the diagnosis, physical examination and other test results, the following treatment options or lifestyle changes are suggested to the female:
Medications are suitable if the cause of the condition is an infection. Medication can help cure pelvic pain by treating the underlying infection and give relief from chronic pelvic pain and its painful symptoms.
Hormone treatment is recommended to patients suffering from pelvic pain during ovulation. The gynecologist may prescribe birth control pills or hormone medications to ease the pain during ovulation. The gynecologist may also prescribe some antibiotics and antidepressants to some females, depending on the diagnosis and condition.
Depending on the diagnosis, the gynecologist may suggest physical therapy to the female. Physical therapy includes exercises such as stretching, massaging, and relaxation therapies to help cure the pelvic pain. Some females may also be suggested to go for Neurostimulation or spinal cord stimulation, trigger point injections and psychotherapy which are useful to treat the problem of pelvic pain.
If other treatment options fail to treat pelvic pain, the final solution is to go under the knife. The gynecologist may suggest laparoscopic surgery or hysterectomy to the female to cure the condition.