Pelvic PainWomen who are experiencing chronic pelvic pain should make it a point to visit their OB/GYN as soon as possible. At Reza Ahmadinia OBGYN, we specialize in providing women with diagnosis and treatment of chronic pelvic pain. Dr. Ahmadinia believes that High Desert women should seek treatment from an obstetrics and gynecology expert, as these professionals have been trained to treat this particular condition.

Chronic pelvic pain is defined as pain in the pelvic region that lasts for six months or longer. However, it’s important for women of Hesperia and the surrounding cities, to realize that this pain does not have to persistent at all times. For instance, a woman with chronic pelvic pain might experience terrible pain in her pelvic region during her menstrual cycle. Another woman might have this pain during intercourse or while urinating. Women should recognize that pelvic pain should be discussed with their doctor, whether it is occurring constantly or only at certain times in their lives.

When you schedule an appointment with Dr. Ahmadinia to discuss your pelvic pain, you should come prepared to know there will likely be a pelvic exam performed by the doctor. In addition, he may use other tools such as an ultrasound to help make a final diagnosis. Laparoscopy, colonoscopy, or cystoscopy may also be required during diagnosis process.

Depending on the diagnosis and the patient’s medical and personal history, Dr. Ahmadinia will create a customized treatment plan. Common treatments for chronic pelvic pain include prescription medication, lifestyle changes such as a new exercise routine, physical therapy, nutritional supplements and surgery. Dr. Ahmadinia will discuss each option at length with the patient, and work with the patient one-on-one to come up with a treatment option that works best for them.

If you are experiencing chronic pelvic pain and want to find a treatment that works for you, the first step is to contact Dr. Ahmadinia’s office today to set up a consultation appointment. When chronic pelvic pain sets in, you might feel a little nervous or uncomfortable. It’s important to understand that Dr. Ahmadinia will do whatever he can to make you feel at ease and to alleviate your symptoms.