You don't have to live with chronic pelvic pain

Dr. Vinay Satwah of the Center For Vascular Medicine focuses his practice on diagnosing and treating pelvic pain caused by vascular conditions. Pelvic Congestive Syndrome is a common disorder that affects women, many of whom are unaware of the cause of their pelvic pain. Dr. Satwah offers effective treatment for PCS at his Washington DC and Maryland locations. Do not let your pelvic pain interfere with your life, contact Center For Vascular Medicine.

Facts About Pelvic Congestive Syndrome

  • 15% of adult women in the U.S have chronic pelvic pain
  • Women between 18-50 are most likely to experience chronic pelvic pain
  • 60% of women with Pelvic Congestive Syndrome do not know the cause
  • Pelvic Congestive Syndrome can be treated

If left untreated, pelvic congestive syndrome may worsen and the side effects may become more debilitating. Women who suffer from PCS find it difficult to have sexual intercourse or sit or stand for long periods of time. Pelvic pain can worsen during menstruation and can even keep some women from work or school the pain is so severe.

Symptoms of PCS

  • Pelvic pain
  • Pelvic pressure
  • Sharp or dull
  • Worsening of pain during menses
  • Pain worsens during sex

Being active can support good vein health. Exercising daily may help reduce the development of side effects of PCS. If you are suffering from chronic pelvic pain schedule a consultation with the Center for Vascular Medicine. Through a thorough evaluation of your medical history and a physical exam, our team of experienced doctors can help diagnosis your condition for effective treatment.

No two patients experiencing the exact same venous condition. Our doctors will help develop a personalized treatment plan to address your specific concerns. Center For Vascular Medicine offers embolization therapy, stenting and bypass surgery. Your vein doctor may recommend a combination of treatments for your optimal health.

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