Some of the causes of pelvic bone pain include appendicitis, broken pelvis, bladder disorder and nerve conditions, reports WebMD. Similarly, sexually transmitted diseases, kidney infection or kidney stones, psychogenic pain, hernia and intestinal disorders may cause pelvic bone pain.
Pelvic pain refers to the discomfort that occurs in the lower part of the torso or the region below the hipbones and the abdomen, as defined by Merck manuals. In most cases, it refers to pain in the area of a woman’s internal reproductive organs, states WebMD. Pelvic pain in women may be as a result of several causes such as miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, ovulation, fibroids, cervical cancer and uterine cancer. It may also occur due to pelvic inflammatory diseases, menstrual cramps, endometriosis and ovarian cysts or other ovarian disorders. In addition, pelvic pain may occur in men, and is a result of multiple causes.
Pelvic bone pain may be a sign of infection or as a result of pain in the pelvic bone or in non-reproductive internal organs including bladder and colon, explains WebMD. Doctors establish the cause of pelvic pain by first asking a number of questions about the person’s symptoms and past medical conditions. The doctor then performs a physical examination to determine the cause of the pain. The tests performed include blood and urine tests, and abdominal and pelvic X-rays. Other tests include pregnancy tests in women of reproductive age, stool tests, ultrasounds and CT scans.