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What is pelvic pain?

Did you know that pelvic pain isn’t just about the reproductive organs in women and people assigned female at birth (AFAB)? It’s a tricky thing that can show up in anyone, regardless of gender! Sometimes, it’s like a sneaky signal from your body, hinting at an infection or even pointing to something going on with your pelvic bone or nonreproductive internal organs. But here’s a heads-up: if you’re feeling this kind of discomfort, it could be your body waving a flag about a possible issue with one of your reproductive organs, like the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, or vagina. It’s like your body’s own mysterious way of sending messages – always worth listening to.

Our team of experts is here to help you to go back to a healthier and more fulfilling life through a wide range of treatments for your pelvic floor.

Why is pelvic floor care so important?

The importance lies in the functions you perform on a daily basis.

  • Sphincter continence: They are responsible for containing urine, faeces and gases when there is no bathroom nearby.
  • Support function: They maintain the Bladder, Uterus, Urethra and Rectum in the appropriate position. If there is not good support for these organs, prolapse or descent of these organs may appear.
  • Reproductive function: when these muscles have adequate tone, they help the rotation of the baby’s head and this rotation favours the baby’s exit to the outside.
  • Sexual function: Muscles that are in good condition will guarantee that sexual relations can take place and are also pleasurable.
  • Also has a very important function at a postural level because it works as a team with the spine, diaphragm and abdomen.

How do we help with the pelvic floor health?

These muscles must be exercised because, like any other muscle in our body, if it is not exercised properly it loses its good condition.

It is not just about strengthening it, but about seeking the balance of the properties that each muscle has: tone, strength and elasticity.

Sometimes you have to strengthen, and other times what you have to do is elasticise.

Pelvic floor treatment

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INDIBA treatments for pelvic pain and pelvic floor health

Discover the transformative power of INDIBA® treatments, your go-to solution for a spectrum of health concerns, with a special knack for rejuvenating your pelvic floor!

Whether it’s the toll from surgery, the natural ageing process, lifestyle factors, or the after-effects of childbirth, INDIBA is here to work its magic.

Imagine a therapy that speaks the language of your body’s connective tissues—muscles, ligaments, and fascia. That’s exactly what INDIBA Activ Therapy does! It tunes into the perfect frequency that your body craves for tissue repair, especially when it’s blended with hands-on therapy and other time-tested methods.

But there’s more! INDIBA is like a skilled conductor, orchestrating the reorganisation of collagen fibres. This symphony helps to soothe inflammation, ease pain, smooth out adhesions, and reduce fibrosis, common nuisances in various conditions and pathologies. It’s like a breath of fresh air for your tissues, bringing oxygen and nutrients to revitalise and significantly improve their condition. So, when it comes to addressing a wide range of pelvic health issues, count on INDIBA to be your reliable, effective ally.

This treatment is 1 hour, price is $350 per session.

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What are the symptoms related to pelvic pain?

Pelvic pain isn’t just a discomfort—it’s a complex signal from your body, hinting at various underlying conditions. Here’s a more informative rundown of what these symptoms might mean:

  1. Vaginal Bleeding, Spotting, or Discharge: This can range from mild spotting to significant bleeding and unusual discharge. It’s a crucial indicator, possibly pointing towards hormonal imbalances, infections, or even more serious conditions like endometriosis or fibroids.
  2. Menstrual Pain: While some discomfort is common, intense menstrual pain could indicate conditions like dysmenorrhea or endometriosis, where the pain goes beyond the typical cramps.
  3. Dysuria (Painful Urination): This symptom can be linked to urinary tract infections or bladder disorders. It’s your body flagging that something’s not right along your urinary tract.
  4. Constipation or Diarrhea: Fluctuations in bowel habits could be symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), dietary intolerances, or even stress-related responses affecting your digestive system.
  5. Bloating or Gas: Persistent bloating or gas might signal digestive issues, but when combined with pelvic pain, it can also indicate ovarian cysts or other gynecological concerns.
  6. Rectal Bleeding: This symptom should always be taken seriously as it could point to gastrointestinal issues, including hemorrhoids or, in more serious cases, colorectal cancer.
  7. Pain during Intercourse: Discomfort or pain during sexual activity can be caused by various conditions, including pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis, or even psychological factors.
  8. Fever or Chills: Accompanying fever or chills with pelvic pain might indicate an infection or an inflammatory condition that needs immediate medical attention.
  9. Hip Pain: While often associated with musculoskeletal issues, hip pain in conjunction with pelvic discomfort could be related to the nerves or structures within the pelvic region.
  10. Pain in the Groin Area: This can be related to muscular strain, hernias, or issues with the reproductive organs.

Understanding these symptoms in a more detailed context is vital for identifying potential health issues. Remember, your body’s signals are there to guide you towards taking care of your health more effectively.

Frequently Asked Questions about pelvic pain

Are INDIBA pelvic health treatments suitable for everyone?

INDIBA therapy, renowned for its safety, is suitable for use with metal implants and sensitive areas including the eyes, breasts, and genitals.

However, it’s important to be aware of certain contraindications. INDIBA therapy is not recommended if you have a pacemaker or any other type of electronic implant. It is also contraindicated for those who are pregnant or suffering from thrombophlebitis, an inflammatory condition. Patient safety is paramount, and these guidelines ensure the most effective and secure treatment experience.

How do you know if pelvic pain is serious?

Pelvic pain can range from mild discomfort to severe and requires prompt medical attention if it becomes serious. It is crucial to visit an emergency room immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms:

  1. The pelvic pain is acute, intense, or comes on suddenly.
  2. The pain is so severe that it prevents you from standing upright.
  3. You notice blood in your urine or stool.
  4. You have a fever alongside the pain.
  5. You are currently pregnant or have been pregnant within the past six months.
How to tell the difference between pelvic pain and abdominal pain?

Abdominal pain is felt between the chest and groin, or the belly area. It can feel sharp or dull, happen all the time or off and on, and can be mild, medium, or very bad. Pelvic pain is in the lower belly, below the belly button, and in the pelvis. It can feel the same as abdominal pain. Pain that starts fast and goes away quickly is called acute. Pain that lasts for six months or more is called chronic.