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Woman with more than or equal to 6 months localised pain to the anatomic pelvis, anterior abdominal wall at or below the umbilicus, lumbosacral back, or buttocks
Often multifactorial - common causes include:
Musculoskeletal pain may be a primary source of pelvic pain or an additional component resulting from postural changes.
Nerve entrapment in scar tissue, fascia or a narrow foramen may result in pain and dysfunction in the distribution of that nerve.
Psychological and social causes of chronic pelvic pain may include: