Symptoms to look for in Chronic Pelvic Venous Congestion
Pelvic Venous Congestion also known as (PVCS) is a common venous disease that La Jolla Vein and Vascular is now treating. Most people know varicose veins mostly affect the feet and legs. But varicose veins can also occur in the pelvis causing chronic pelvic pain in women; this condition is known as Pelvic Venous Congestion Syndrome (PVCs) or ovarian vein reflux.
PVC lasts longer than half a year. PVCs are commonly experienced for the first time during or following pregnancy. It is characterized by a heavy aching feeling that may get worse as pregnancy progresses. In most cases, you feel the pain on the left side only. But at other times, you may feel the pain on both the left and right sides. PVCs pain is usually worse during the evenings.
Certain factors also aggravate pelvic venous congestion pain; these include:
Apart from pelvis pain, other pelvic venous congestion symptoms include:
Pain during or after intercourse
Sudden urge to urinate
Lower back pain
Irritable bowel syndrome (diarrhea and constant abdominal pain accompanied with constipation)
Deep dyspareunia – pain during intercourse
Feeling one’s legs fuller
Engorged and distorted veins around the vagina, vulva, inner thigh, buttocks, and sometimes down the legs
So, if this is you and you’ve been experiencing pain, please give our office a call at 858-550-0330.
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