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How could it have been so hard to figure out when even Wikipedia can explain it!!!?

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If the pudendal nerve becomes entrapped between this ligament and the sacrospinous ligament causing perineal pain, the sacrotuberous ligament is surgically severed to relieve the pain.

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  • Sally Roberts

    Hi Soula
    what a great website resource you’ve created. I wanted to thank you, and appreciate hugely when people use desparation and initiative to produce something as good as this, as you have. It helps all of us! I’ll pass it on to my women’s health specialist and all my physios here so we can be aware. Love, light and good health – Sally

    • admin

      Thank you so much Sally. It certainly does help all of us. And thank you so much for passing it on. This is the very core achievement I was aiming for. I\’d hate to see anyone else waste their precious years being in pain and completely misunderstood, being told to just \’go home because its quality of life now\’, when pudendal neuralgia can be treated. Please email me if you need anymore specific information ANYTIME. Cheers, love, light and good health right back to you too! Soula

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Definitions of pain

What is Pudendal Neuralgia (PN)?
Most simply put PN is Carpal Tunnel in the pelvis/buttocks. Compression of the Pudendal Nerve occurs after trauma to the pelvis and is aggravated with pressure. The pain is often described as a toothache like pain, with spasms, sensations of tingling, numbness, or burning. It can be very debilitating.

What is Neuropathic pain?
Neuropathic pain is the result of an injury or malfunction in the peripheral or central nervous system. The pain is often triggered by an injury, but this injury may or may not involve actual damage to the nervous system. More…

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