Pelvic Floor Pain

The pelvic floor holds muscles, ligaments, connective tissue, nerves and many organs such as the bladder, rectum, uterus or prostate and pain may arise from any of those areas. Pelvic floor pain is considered chronic when it lasts six months or longer. 

A research study of 108 women with chronic pelvic pain reported that 53% of subjects had a migraine attack within the last year, while 67% of those between the ages of 17-45 had definite or probable migraine by IHS criteria during their lifetime.1