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Pelvic pain and menstrual related illnesses.

When approaching the patient with acute pelvic pain, it is imperative to keep in mind the subtle differences each diagnosis can present with. Narrowing down pelvic pain to a specific location in the body while maintaining a high index of suspicion for acute pelvic pain emergencies will aid in a more rapid and accurate diagnosis. Bear in mind that acute pelvic pain is a clinical challenge, and although an exact diagnosis maybe elusive, emergency treatment should always be provided first and foremost despite an exact diagnosis.

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