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Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, Pudendal Neuralgia, Pelvis, Anatomy

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Published on Oct 20, 2011

Please Sign a Petition in one minute online at http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/re... to Bring Training, Research, Awareness, to Doctors and Medical Associations for Pudendal Neuralgia/PNE and Improvement in Treatment Visit our friendly PNE support group at for more help and support from friendly people with PNE. This is helpful for those who have or think they may have Pudendal Nerve Entrapment Pudendal Neuralgia. Please consult your doctor regarding any medical problems and any advice or opinions on here do not take place of the professional advice from a doctor. Also visit www.pudendalhope.org and tipna.org, The International Pelvic Pain Society at http://www.pelvicpain.org/ and also www.dellon.com click on Pain Solutions and go to Pain Solutions and download chapter 12 Pelvic Pain for more information. Recent update as of 3/8/12, I just wanted to mention that since posting this video I have found that the surgery success rate is pretty low from talking with numerous patients with PNE and I have not had surgery either. Surgery should always be the last resort for PNE. One new surgery approach is the Laparascopic approach by Dr. Tibet, but it is still in the early stages currently. There needs to be more research and awareness for PNE to bring better surgery results. Since making this video, and after almost 4 years of PNE, my pain has gotten 50 to 80 percent better through time, avoiding sex too frequently less than once or twice every 3 months, and avoiding straining my pelvis muscle. I have not had surgery or Physical therapy.My urinary frequency/urgency still persists, but I'm hopeful that will improve some how and some day in the future. There's always hope. I do not think surgery is the best option for most with PNE after hearing of hundreds who have had surgery paid a lot of money and not gotten any better and some got worse. Most get better only in time or through some PT. I also believe prayer helps .10/2013 Update. I have heard of several who have had Pulsed Radio Frequency Ablation done on the Pudendal Nerve I think at the Sacral Root area and they have had pain reduction after PRFA. It is not done in a lot of places in the USA on the Pudendal Nerve to my knowledge. The two places I know these people have had it done at are at The Stanford Pain Center at http://paincenter.stanford.edu/contact/ and in Denver at Denver Pain Management by Dr. Robert Wright http://denverpainmanagement.com/ . I'm not saying that everyone should have PRFA or that I recommend it. I'm just just saying I know some who have had success with this and I think the Pelvic Pain community should focus more research on PRFA. I am still waiting to hear more results from people on PRFA before I decide to get it done.

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