Chronic Medical Condition

Pelvic congestion syndrome is a chronic medical condition usually described in women and caused by varicose veins in the lower abdomen. However, males can also have varicose veins pelvis – the most commonly known is the “varicocele” – a varicose vein seen around one or both testicles. The condition causes chronic pain, often manifesting as a constant dull ache, which can be aggravated by standing.. It has also been shown to be a cause of varicose veins in the legs in women and men, varicose veins of vulva and vagina and is liked to haemorrhoi