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CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN IN WOMEN
Treatment Guideline Chart
Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a persistent, distressing, and severe pain of >6-month duration.
It occurs intermittently, cyclically, or situationally.
Localized to the pelvis, anterior abdominal wall at or below the umbilicus, the lumbosacral back, or the buttocks.
In women, CPP is not restricted to intercourse or menstruation and is not associated with pregnancy.
A complex problem that is both multifactorial & multidimensional.

Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women References

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