chronic pelvic pain and urgency

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Date Joined Sep 2017
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   Posted 9/25/2017 5:37 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all,

So September of 2016 I started getting pain in my lower abdomen and frequent urination. I went to the DR and they where confused so they did an ultrasound and found I had a small right inguinal hernia This was November when they found this and I had the surgery done in December and I felt better for about a month and boom back again. During this time I have had no caffeine. So I get sent to the urologist and they end up scoping my bladder(that hurt) Did a urine test All was fine and that was it with that DR he said good luck.. So I went to another urologist and he seemed to think I had Bacterial prostatitis so he gave me levaquin and all seemed to go away I felt great again. Then I ran out and so about a month later it all came back. So for the last year now I have had good days and bad and all the DR's gave up on me so I changed clinics and the first DR I seen thinks its chronic pelvic pain. Oh and also during this time Im on flowmax. So now I'm taking flowmax, Cyclobenzapr 10mg and Amitriptylin and today I started back with the urgency and. This is ruining my life. Im at a braking point and I don't know what to do. I stat PT next month. I just want my life back I'm 32 and I know I can't live like this for the rest of my life I just can't.

straydog
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   Posted 9/26/2017 8:12 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello & welcome to Healing Well. None of us are drs here, but my thinking is you have more than one issue going on. If you have a prostate infection they are difficult to treat. Sometimes they do not respond to antibiotics, but will eventually go away on their own. You may want to consider a 2nd round of antibiotics since you responded to the first round. I cannot remember if frequent urination is related to the prostate infection or not.

Pelvic pain is not uncommon in men. What you may want to consider is looking for a dr that specializes in pelvic floor dysfunction & get a consult. At least you can find out if this is a dx for you. There is treatment for this but it needs to be with someone that specializes in it. Get on the internet in your area & check this out.

I do hope that you can get some help with your issues. Take care.
Susie
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