Pelvic congestion usually occurs after puberty, even more so after pregnancy. It can be difficult to diagnose, so a consultant with a specialist should be sought. Signs and symptoms can include bladder and bowel irritation, pelvic aching (often heightened when standing up or when on your period) and discomfort during sexual intercourse. The varicose veins can appear on the inner thighs or back of the thighs as well as around the vagina and vulva. They may also develop around the ovaries. A Pelvic embolisation procedure is usually performed to overcome the condition.
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