Your patient is a 34-year-old woman that presents to your clinic reporting pelvic pressure, menorrhagia, and painful intercourse for 3 months. She has 3 children, 1 which was a vaginal birth, and 2 that were caesarian section deliveries. Upon physical examination, the uterus is slightly enlarged and she is tender to palpation. You perform a urine pregnancy test, and the results are negative. How would you manage this patient?