Pelvic pain is the pain that occurs between the lowest part of the abdomen and the pelvic bone. There are several causes of pelvic pain, most notably rooted in problems in the urinary or digestive systems, for e.g. irritable bowel disease, interstitial cystitis, diverticular disease or constipation. Other causes can be attributed to the wear and tear of muscles and ligaments in the structure of the pelvic floor.

Some women also suffer from pelvic pain due severe menstrual cramps, ectopic pregnancies, miscarriages, etc. Some of the more severe causes are uterine fibroids, appendicitis or even kidney stones.

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