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Female Pelvic pain

Our expert urologists specialize in managing a wide spectrum of complex pelvic problems in females. We adhere to the use of innovative approaches and world-class interventions to ensure optimal results while prioritizing your comfort. The department is outfitted with cutting-edge equipment to ensure added precision and accuracy at every step.

What are Female Pelvic Problems?

Female pelvic problems refer to various conditions that affect the organs in the pelvic cavity of a female, such as the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries and bladder.

These problems can be linked to a variety of different factors including ageing, childbirth, injuries and underlying medical conditions.

Female pelvic problems can give rise to symptoms that can impact the quality of your life. While many women are embarrassed to talk about these problems, it is important to discuss them with a specialist and seek timely care for their effective management.

Just because female pelvic problems are common, it does not mean they are normal. Get the finest personalized solutions from our experts at Surya Hospital.

Types of Female Pelvic Problems

Female Pelvic Problems can be of several different types, based on the types of symptoms and the organs involved. The most common of these include:

  • Urinary incontinence: Urinary incontinence is the unintentional spilling of urine. It might happen as a result of weak pelvic floor muscles, hormonal changes, pregnancy and childbirth, menopause, obesity, or certain medical problems. Urinary incontinence in women can be classified as stress incontinence, urge incontinence, or mixed incontinence.
  • Pelvic organ prolapse: This condition develops when the pelvic organs, the bladder, uterus, and rectum all descend and bulge into the vagina. It can be caused by weakening of the pelvic floor muscles and ligaments which has been linked with various factors like childbirth, menopause, obesity, persistent coughing, or hard lifting.
  • Overactive bladder: OAB is marked by a sudden, uncontrollable urge to urinate. Women suffering from the condition may also experience related problems like frequent urination, nocturia and incontinence. The problem is often linked to abdominal trauma, nerve damage and underlying infection
  • Chronic pelvic pain: Chronic pelvic pain is defined as pain in the pelvic region that lasts six months or longer. In the majority of cases, it is the sign of an underlying medical condition like endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), fibroids, pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, and bladder problems.
  • Vaginal fistula: It refers to an abnormal opening that connects the vagina to the organs and structures surrounding it, such as the bladder (vesicovaginal fistula), ureters (ureterovaginal fistula), urethra (urethrovaginal fistula), rectum (rectovaginal fistula) and colon (colo-vaginal fistula)
  • Sexual dysfunction: The condition is marked by difficulty in achieving orgasm or deriving sexual pleasure. It is a complex problem that can affect women of any age group. It can be caused by varied factors like stress, trauma, diabetes, excessive alcohol intake, and use of certain medicines.

When should you consider seeing our experts?

Although not all pelvic floor problems are a cause of concern, in some cases these can progress giving rise to serious complications. Hence it is important to watch out for the symptoms and go for proper medical evaluation.

Common symptoms associated with female pelvic problems include:

What causes Female Pelvic Problems?

There are various factors that can be responsible for causing pelvic floor problems in females, such as:

How we diagnose you

Various modalities used by our team to diagnose, assess and evaluate pelvic floor problems in females, include:


At Surya Hospital, we provide a broad range of treatment options for effective management of female pelvic issues. These include:

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Surgery help to treat Vaginal Fistula?

Yes, surgery is the most common treatment recommended for patients with fistula. This involves conventional procedures, as well as minimally invasive interventions for repairing the opening.

Is Endometriosis the only cause of Pelvic Pain?

 Endometriosis is a leading cause of pelvic pain, but not the only one. The problem may also be linked to other conditions like:

  • Ovarian cysts
  • Pelvic inflammatory diseases
  • Fibroids
  • Adenomyosis 
  • Menstrual cramps
What is Urinary Incontinence?

Urine incontinence is a problem marked by loss of control over urine flow, that leads to accidental leakage of urine. 

Can Pelvic Disorders affect Fertility?

Certain pelvic disorders may increase the likelihood of experiencing difficulties in conception. It is important to consult a doctor and get yourself evaluated. With proper care and treatment, it is possible to effectively manage pelvic disorders and bring down the risks of fertility challenges. 

What are the most common symptoms of bladder dysfunction?

The most common symptoms of bladder dysfunction include:

  • Urine leakage during coughing, sneezing and laughing
  • Urine leakage during physical activities
  • Strong and uncontrollable urge to urinate

Still have questions?

It is good to be curious when it comes to your health, but, it is equally important to put your curiosity to rest by seeking expert opinion. Have more questions related to your health?

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