Pelvic Pain?

Pelvic pain most often occurs in the lower abdomen area. Considered chronic if the pain lasts...

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Chronic Pelvic Pain - Cloaked as an Enigma and Laced with Mystery. A last the dreaded medical riddle...

Welcome to Pacific Pelvic Pain.

Specializing in Women's Health

John S. McDonald, M.D. is one of a very few individuals in the country who is a double boarded specialist in the disciplines of obstetrics and gynecology and anesthesiology.

He currently limits his clinical private practice to the work-up, diagnosis and treatment of his patients with pelvic pain disorders of both men and women.

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What is Pelvic Pain.

Pelvic pain most often occurs in the lower abdomen area. Considered chronic if the pain lasts six months or more, the source of pelvic pain is often difficult to diagnose. While underlying infection may be the cause of some cases of pelvic pain, Dr. McDonald has found the vast majority of cases of pelvic pain are not organ-based, but neuropathic.

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