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Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome - kegel8 can help

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome: What is it?

Pelvic congestion or pelvic vascular congestion is becoming increasingly recognised as a cause of chronic pelvic pain in women. Similar to varicose veins that can occur in legs blood can back-up in the pelvic veins - causing them to become swollen and painful. This is called pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS). When the veins within the pelvic area become enlarged (pelvic varicosities) creating vascular congestion which results in pelvic pain.

Pelvic Congestion or Pelvic Vascular Congestion Symptoms:

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Women complain of a dull ache in the pelvic area that is aggravated when standing or other physical activity, relief is often found by laying down. Other symptoms of PCS include:

What Causes Pelvic Congestion or Pelvic Vascular Congestion?

It is thought that pelvic congestion or pelvic vascular congestion could to be due to high levels of hormones produced within the ovaries.

Pelvic pain of this type is hard to diagnose and a sufferer will find it gets worse when she sits or stands. Lying down has been known to provide relief.

How Can Kegel8 Help?

There are minimally invasive procedures to treat pelvic congestion syndrome and Kegel8 offers a natural way to kill the pain encountered with this problem. Kegel8 can also help with the urine frequency prolems associated with PCS.

Advice about regular pelvic floor exercise sounds sensible but is currently not supported by any evidence.

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