Can you get pelvic congestion syndrome when you have never been pregnant?

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Best to be evaluated by a gynecologist to further investigate pelvic congestion syndrome.

Question: Can you get pelvic congestion when you have never been pregnant, and can it interfere with urine flow?

Answer: Pelvic congestion syndrome, although uncommon, can occur in women who have not been pregnant. These varicose veins in the lower abdomen typically do not cause problems with urination. Best to be evaluated by a gynecologist to further investigate this chronic medical condition.