Self-Care for Pudendal Neuralgia
Self-Care for Pudendal Neuralgia

Self-Care for Pudendal Neuralgia

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Self-Care for Pudendal Neuralgia

Self-Care – Perineal Hyperprotection

The goal is to stop irritating the nerve. Decreasing the neurotransmitters to the spinal cord lets your pain decrease. The other secondary problems will gradually improve.

This novel but remarkably effective treatment of self-care was based on the observations by the French (Robert and colleagues) that sitting on a toilet seat relieved pain and by our continuing observations of exercise-induced pain. Therefore, treatment is to sit with the weight of the body supported on the ischial tuberosities with the perineum suspended to relieve the pressure of the ischioanal fat against the nerve. Cessation of flexion activities is extremely important.

An office testing procedure, i.e., sitting on two parallel paperback books with the perineum suspended was added to our evaluation treatment of a large cohort of over 600 patients. Reduction of pain, in only a few minutes, can be dramatically effective in over 50% of the patients. Over a period of time this technique can cure pain, bladder irritability, and sexual dysfunction.

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