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Does anyone have experience with pelvic congestion? In january I had surgery to diagnose pelvic congestion syndrome and also had a cysto to check out my bladder. My question is does anyone else have this and what can i do about this constant feeling that i need to urinate? (I am not retaining urine so it is just a feeling that i have to go)
I have pelvic floor dysfunction which make me feel like i always have to go,i never heard of pelvic congestion,i think its pretty simular.Pelvic floor dysfunction is where your pelvic floor muscles wont relax and are tense 24/7 laying on your pelvic area cause its such a confined area down there..Good luck and get the book "headache in the pelvis" by Dr.David Wise....Tim
This is an old post that came up on my board. I did want to comment though,
since I have both Pelvic Congestions Syndrome and pelvic Floor dysfunction. They are very different! PCS is varicose veins in the pelvic region. The blood backs up from
I was diagnosed with pelvic congestion. Finally saw a vascular interventional radiologist. Luckily, mine was very well versed in this syndrome. He performed a vein embolization just two days ago. We will see, but so far I am feeling some signs of relief already. Please see an experienced vascular interventional radiologist who has helped others with pelvic congestion.
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