Are there any other associated symptoms or conditions that the patient feels may be associated with or be contributing to the pain.
I then proceed with a focused, detailed physical examination which generally entails an examination of the back, abdomen, pelvic examination, including digital examination, and a vaginal ultrasound.
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The second step to successfully evaluating and treating pelvic pain is to have the opportunity to evaluate the patient while she is in her classic pelvic pain with their classic symptoms.Take 3 of the torn pieces and tie the ends together with a rubber band.My art is a chaotic blend of chance and careful planning which is an apt metaphor for life. .That old saying still rings true, An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.A shotgun approach rarely results in an adequate relief of pain and a return to a normal lifestyle for the individual who suffers from this condition.Sorry if the directions get you a little lost, but it really is easy.I do not believe in putting bandaids on the pain with narcotics or chronic pain management solutions.I feel that my obligation is to present all of the therapeutic options openly, fairly, and evenly to the patient, including realistic expectations of the chances for pain relief with the different treatments.It is then the patients responsibility to let me know how they would like to proceed.Then, I figured why not make one out of my scraps.