Chances are, if you are a woman, you may be suffering from pelvic pain. According to the National Institute of Health, up to 32% of women worldwide report having pelvic pain, with 13% to 32% saying that the pain was severe enough to miss work. This means if you are sitting in a room with two of your friends, one of you is likely suffering from some type of pelvic pain. Let’s look into some of the underlying causes for pelvic pain as well as the treatments available.

Chronic, or ongoing, pelvic pain can be due to multiple factors. Most often, the symptoms arise from conditions affecting the genitourinary and reproductive systems. These include menstrual cramps, endometriosis, PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), uterine fibroids, vulvodynia, vaginismus, adhesions, cystitis, inflammatory bowel disease, interstitial cystitis, pelvic organ prolapse and ovarian, bladder or uterine cancer.

How to talk to your doctor if you are experiencing chronic pelvic pain

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Chronic pelvic pain can be debilitating, and the effects far reaching. Living in constant pain takes a toll on all aspects of well being. If you are one of the many women living with chronic pelvic pain, there is light at the end of the tunnel and solutions available.

Dr. Berman developed and created an innovative pelvic pain treatment program that is clinically proven to work. Dr. Berman is best known for rapidly identifying the root cause for the problem and tailoring her treatments based on each woman’s individual history and needs. Dr. Berman partners with her patients to implement effective treatment plans using cutting edge, clinically proven medications, supplements, interventions and medical technologies directed towards treating the vascular, smooth muscle and neurological exacerbating symptoms. If you are struggling with pelvic pain and are seeking to get your life back, schedule your consultation with Dr. Jennifer Berman today by calling 310-772-0072.

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Conclusion

It’s estimated that 1 in 10 women have HSDD, which makes the most common sexual dysfunction in females. Women’s low sex drive and related distress can negatively impact a woman’s life, but can be fixed.

Luckily, women who suffer from low sex drive or hormone deficiency don’t have to face their problems alone any longer. Dr. Jennifer Berman is world-renowned as a leading authority in the field of women’s sexual health and has a vast amount of experience in treating women who live with hypo active sexual desire. Women who go through menopause, experience hormone deficiency, and need compassionate low libido therapy from an experienced urologist, come to The Berman Women’s Wellness Center in Beverly Hills. Here, Dr. Berman offers a wide variety of treatments for women experiencing low libido, and can custom create a solution to bring back your passionate play. She also supports the initiative of the ‘Right To Desire’ movement to raise awareness around this condition.

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To learn more about HSDD, women’s low sex drive and what to do to fix it contact Dr. Jennifer Berman today to schedule your consultation with a credible and relatable authority in women’s sexual and menopausal health.