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Old Farm Obstetrics & Gynecology

OB-GYNs & Advanced Laparoscopic Surgeons located in Salt Lake City, UT

Abdominal Pain & Pelvic Pain Specialist

Abdominal and pelvic pain can have many causes. At Old Farm Obstetrics and Gynecology, state-of-the-art techniques are used to diagnose the causes of abdominal and pelvic pain in women from throughout the Salt Lake City, UT, region so the most appropriate treatment can be provided.
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    2. Fae L. Yelp

    1. "I LOVE Dr Barney. Sweet man and wonderful doctor. Gone through 2 pregnancy with him..."

    2. Danielle O. Facebook

    1. "The staff is great & Dr Rappleye is Incredible. He is genuine, kind..."

    2. Montana M. Facebook

    1. "Dr. Roth and his office staff are very friendly and knowledgeable!..."

    2. Anelizabeth O. Facebook

    1. "Dr. Faircloth is the best doc I've ever had (for any reason/treatment)..."

    2. Megan H. Facebook

    1. "My favorite doctors! They have taken such great care of my high risk pregnancies"

    2. Jackie S. Facebook

    1. "I love my Dr here, the nurses, front desk clerks and the lab ladies!"

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    1. "The nurses, the staff, and all the doctors have all been really great, kind and caring."

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Abdominal and Pelvic Pain Q&A

What causes pelvic and abdominal pain?

Abdominal and pelvic pain has many possible causes, and having an accurate diagnosis is critical to ensuring patients receive the most appropriate care. Some of the most common causes of abdominal and pelvic pain include:

  • Endometriosis https://www.speakendo.com/
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Certain types of STDs
  • Uterine fibroids or ovarian cysts
  • Painful periods or painful ovulation
  • Uterine, cervical or ovarian cancer
  • Miscarriage or intrauterine fetal death
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
  • Kidney infection
  • Uterine prolapse
  • Gallbladder or liver disease

Pelvic and abdominal pain can be caused by issues affecting the reproductive organs, the gastrointestinal tract, the urinary tract and other systems and organs, and sometimes, more than one factor can contribute to pain.

How is abdominal and pelvic pain diagnosed?

Diagnosis begins with a patient history and a thorough examination, including a pelvic exam. More extensive examinations and testing may also be performed, including blood tests, ultrasound or CT scans, and hysteroscopy to look inside the uterus. If a gastrointestinal tract problem is suspected, a referral can be made to a doctor who can perform the appropriate testing.

What treatments are available for abdominal and pelvic pain?

Treatment for pelvic and abdominal pain will depend on the underlying cause as well as other factors like the health and medical history of the patient. Some mild types of transient pain may be treated with medication to relieve symptoms or resolve inflammation and irritation, or to treat an infection. Other types of pain may be treated with hormone replacement therapy, physical therapy, or minimally-invasive surgical procedures to correct underlying issues like fibroids or endometriosis.

What is endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when the tissue that lines the uterus begins growing outside the uterus, often on the outer wall of the uterus or on the fallopian tubes, and sometimes in the intestines. Endometriosis can cause painful symptoms as well as a feeling of pressure or heaviness in the pelvic region in some women who have the condition. Endometriosis may also cause problems with conception.


Words from our patients

  • Yelp

    "This facility is awesome! We see Dr. Spencer Barney and his staff while my wife is pregnant. I literally do not have a single complaint."

    Jason G.
  • Yelp

    "I would highly recommend this OBGYN to everyone. If it wasn't for them I wouldn't have my son today. I was on bed rest for 30 weeks and gave birth at 34 weeks."

    Sarah H.
  • facebook

    "Best place ever!! Dr. Faircloth is amazing. All the staff is very friendly, educated and empathetic. I would recommend them to anyone."

    Jasmine G.
  • facebook

    "Dr. Barney and his nurses are so amazing! Very caring and make me feel right at home I always look forward to seeing them in every one of my appointments!"

    Patricia G.
  • RateMDs

    "Dr. Barney is hand's down the best doctor I have ever had. He truly cares about his patients. He is very thorough, kind, caring, and very knowledgeable."

    Verified Patient
  • Yelp

    "Caring, courteous, friendly, knowledgeable, welcoming, happy, thoughtful, excellent bedside manner, jovial, thorough..are just a few adjectives that describe Dr. Brown."

    Fae L.
  • Vitals

    "Dr. Brown is one of the best OBGYN's I have encountered. He is genuine and caring. I appreciate his professional bedside manner and the way he listens to any concerns"

    C. C.
  • Vitals

    "My husband and I feel so good about Dr. Rappleye and his care that we have referred many friends to him and I now take my 18 year old daughter to see him."

    Verified Patient
  • RateMDs

    "Dr. Rappleye was great! He made me feel very comfortable and always took the time to talk to me and made sure that all of my questions were answered."

    Verified Patient
  • facebook

    "The staff is great & Dr. Rappleye is Incredible. He is genuine, kind, and he always treats you like family not like a patient number on a chart."

    Montana M.
  • facebook

    "They really took the time to address any concerns or needs that I had! I would highly recommend Dr. Roth to any of my friends or family!"

    Anelizabeth O.
  • RateMDs

    "Love Dr. Roth... couldn't feel more comfortable with a doctor. He listens, he cares, he's careful, he's fun to talk to."

    Verified Patient
Old Farm Obstetrics & Gynecology
3970 South 700 East, Suite 14
Salt Lake City, UT 84107
Phone: 801-261-3605
Fax: 801-262-9142
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