Pelvic pain, pain in the pelvic region, and pelvic inflammation, as well as the following conditions have been reported as contributing to the onset of pelvic pain.
Pelvic region Pelvic inflammation Pelvic infection Pelvic symptoms Pelvic surgery Pelvic soreness Pelvic stiffness Pelvic discomfort Pelvic problems Pelvic dysfunction Pelvic contractures, which can lead to pelvic pain and inflammation, are often the result of infections, injuries, or surgical interventions.
In fact, studies have shown that around one in four women with a pelvic infection develop pain or symptoms.1,2 Pelvic tightness is a condition where a pelvic region, called the perineum, is stretched, causing pain or swelling in the pelvic area.
The perineal sac (the pelvic bone) is also stretched, making it difficult for a woman to sit properly on her back.
The most common pelvic problems that may cause pelvic tightness include: The following conditions may cause tightness in the perina: Vaginal tightness, an infection of the peritoneum, an inflammatory condition that causes an infection, or a vaginal fistula.