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Pelvic pain syndrome is considered chronic if it lasts for more than six months, and must be assessed by a specialist as it can have multiple causes and possible treatments.
What causes chronic pelvic pain syndrome in women?
By Mr Parijat Bhattacharjee2019-02-19
Chronic pelvic pain syndrome is debilitating pain that some women suffer from. It can be during the menstrual cycle, but not exclusively, and generally, it will last for more than six months. Mr Parijat Bhattacharjee, an expert gynaecologist, explains what causes chronic pelvic pain syndrome and how it may be managed. See more
What happens when I see the doctor about pelvic pain?
By Dr Kalaivani Lingam2019-02-19
Pelvic pain can afflict many women and getting the right diagnosis can be challenging given that there are many potential causes. Dr Kalaivani Lingam, a leading gynaecologist, explains the process of getting a dignosis for pelvic pain, detailing the tests required and the possible causes. See more
Benign prostate enlargement vs. prostatitis: what’s the difference?
By Mr Sachin Malde2019-02-15
Aside from prostate cancer, two of the commonest conditions to affect the prostate glands are prostatitis and benign prostate enlargement. Leading urologist Mr Sachin Malde explains the difference between both and when to see a doctor. See more