Pelvic Adhesions

What are Pelvic Adhesion?

Often times if there is an inflammatory process within the abdominal or pelvic cavity, scar tissue can form. The scar tissue that forms is referred to as adhesions. Adhesions can be severe or they can be mild. Mild adhesions cause organs to be connected, but not necessarily fixed to one another. More extensive adhesions can cause organs to be fixed to the organ or structure adjacent to it. In any event, both mild adhesions and extensive adhesions can cause severe pelvic discomfort. They can also cause bowel obstruction, abdominal bloating, and an overall generalized abdominal or pelvic pain. If adhesions are present, whether they have been separated surgically in the past or if they have not been treated previously, the symptoms can be significant.

Overview of Symptoms

  • Pelvic pain
  • Painful cramps
  • Bloating
  • Painful intercourse

Overview of Treatment Options

  • Robotic surgery

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