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Pelvic radiation disease (PRD) is a very complicated condition. It can have a wide variety of symptoms affecting many different organs and tissues within the pelvis, as well as effects to your mood and wellbeing. Many women also suffer from several different symptoms at once. This can make PRD hard to identify and diagnose, as well as treat . However, there are methods available to treat and manage PRD, which include:
There are several medications and treatments available for the gastrointestinal (those affecting the bowel) and bladder symptoms of PRD, the sexual symptoms (both physical changes to the vagina and hormonal changes causing early menopause) and the effects to the bones that some women have.