Pelvic pain is common in women with fibromyalgia.
Sometimes, fibromyalgia occurs after a traumatic event. A car crash, a sports injury, even giving birth can cause physical injuries that never properly heal. Or, it may develop into something else like fibromyalgia. If you suffered an injury to your pelvic area, it may feature significantly in your fibromyalgia.
Any doctor you see should be made aware of any pelvic pain you suffer. Pelvic pain can be very debilitating, affecting everything from your exercise routine to basic walking. Intimacy issues often arise from pelvic pain as well, because many women seem to feel ashamed about this type of pain. Therefore, they don’t share it. The first step in dealing with all these issues is to tell your partner so he or she knows that the problem is not a romantic one, them schedule an appointment with your gynecologist or primary physician so you can regain control and enjoy life.
Besides, there is the possibility that pelvic pain stems from something else other than fibromyalgia, something that you need to know. Do not let shame get in the way of healing.
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