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Pelvic pain, sweating, unable to sit. What could this be?

I am a 24 year old female and the other day I was having a drink of beer I went to the toilet and when I stood up I started getting a pain in my pelvic area which continued to get worse and worse until it became unbearable. This lasted about half an hour. It was a stabbing pain and caused me to break out in a sweat and I was unable to sit still because of the pain. What could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Thanks for using this forum. Pelvic pain in females may be due to numerous causes. They being mostly arising from the reproductive organs lying in the pelvic region namely uterus, fallopian tubes, cervix, vagina or ovaries.

Causes of pelvic pain can include :

Pelvic inflammatory disease
Ovulation cycle
Menstrual cramps
Ovarian cysts
Bladder infections.
Kidney infection or kidney stones
Intestinal disorders
Psychogenic pain

Look for any accompanying symptoms such as cramps, bleeding or painful urination. If the pain persists, consult with your physician so that blood and urine tests can be done along with a routine ultrasound of the pelvic region.
Kindly feel free to keep me updated on this.

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