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What is Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome?

Description of the condition

Chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) is a condition characterized by prolonged and recurrent pain in the pelvic region, which can significantly affect the patient's quality of life.


  • Chronic pelvic/perineal pain syndrome
  • Chronic inflammatory pelvic pain syndrome
  • Chronic pelvic/perineal pain without proven infectious process


Symptoms of CPPS may include discomfort or pain in the lower abdomen, lower back, pelvic area, pain during urination, urogenital disorders, and sexual dysfunction.


The causes of CPPS can be diverse, including inflammatory processes, injuries, stress, muscular imbalances, and psychosomatic factors.


Diagnosis of CPPS includes medical examination, medical history, laboratory and instrumental studies (ultrasound, CT, MRI), as well as evaluation of pain and accompanying symptoms.


Treatment of CPPS may include medication therapy, physiotherapy, psychotherapy, relaxation techniques, injections, and surgical intervention.


Prevention of CPPS includes a healthy lifestyle, regular physical activity, proper nutrition, and stress management.


To diagnose and treat Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome, it is necessary to consult a urologist, gynecologist, neurologist, or rheumatologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.