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Surgery to remove reproductive organs may also help when
the cause of pain can't be found.1 When surgery, such as
hysterectomy or cutting of specific pelvic-area
nerves, is done for pain with no known cause, there is a risk of persistent
pain or pain that is worse after surgery. And it can have serious side effects.
Laparoscopy to diagnose chronic pelvic pain may be done before other treatment. Areas of endometriosis
or scar tissue may be removed or destroyed during the