Dr Ahmed Ismail

Consultant Gynaecologist & Fertility Expert

FAQs to Gynecologist

Abdominal Pain

Pain in the lower abdomen usually a female internal organs related but some other organs may share the similarity of lower abdominal pain such as appendicitis, bladder and ureter problem, bowel problem.

Our Aim now to discuss abdominal pain related to internal genital organs mainly, Ovary, Tubes, Uterus, and Pelvic region.

Pelvic Pain due to gynaecological origin, either Acute or chronic.

Acute Pelvic Pain:

  1. Acute Period Pain called Dysmenorrhea.
    1. Congestive Dysmenorrhea.
    2. Spasmodic Dysmenorrhea.
  2. Acute Pain due to Ectopic Pregnancy.
  3. Pain due to Ovarian Cyst, either haemorrhagic or Twisted Tortured , or ruptured clear cyst, and other cyst problems.
  4. Pain due Miscarriage.
  5. Pain due to Pelvic Inflammation, and Pelvic Infection.
  6. Pain due to acute degenerative changes in uterine fibroid.
  7. Tubal Infection and Pyo or Hydrosalpinx.
  8. Pelvic Endometriosis at Premenstrual time.
  9. Ovarian Hyperstimulation during treatment of PCOS.
  10. Pelvic Adhesion.
  11. Haemorrhagic Corpus Luteum.
  12. Adenomyosis.
  13. Twisted Ovarian Cyst.
  14. Acute peritonitis.

Chronic Pelvic Pain:

  1. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease also called (PID)
  2. Pelvic Endometriosis.
  3. Sexual Transmitted Disease such as Chlamydia.
  4. Chronic Salpingo oopheritis.
  5. Endometriotic Cysts.
  6. Chronic Cystitis.
  7. Gonococal salpingitis.
  8. Ovarian Cysts, with (Endometriotic or haemorrhagic)
  9. Post operative Pelvic adhesions.
  10. Endometriosis pelvic adhesions.
  11. Post infection pelvic adhesions.
  12. Endometritis.
  13. Adenomyosis.
  14. Endometrial polyps.
  15. Recurrent Ovarian Torsion.
  16. Degenerative changes of uterine fibroid.

Other rare internal genital organs chronic pain could be discussed on examination and investigations, such as pelvic pain related to internal genital organs cancer in advanced stages (Cancer Cervix, Uterus, Ovaries and very rare Tubes).

For further advice or appointment please contact us on 0207 935 5540 or 07740944473,
Queensway Gynaecology Clinic
96 Harley Street
W1G 7HY

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