What causes pelvic pain after menopause?

Pelvic pain after menopause can have several potential causes. The most common reasons include:

Other less common causes include:

Managing pelvic pain typically involves:

If pain persists or limits your activities, see your healthcare provider for an evaluation. Tests like pelvic exams, ultrasounds, laparoscopy, or MRI help identify contributing conditions. Based on the cause, treatment options range from lifestyle measures and topical therapies to medications, injections, nerve blocks, hormone therapy, or surgery.

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