Chronic Pelvic Pain from Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, and Pudendal Neuralgia
This book is going to talk about Chronic Pelvic Pain from Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, Pudendal Neuralgia, treatment, most causes and areas compression of the Pudendal Nerve, and my story. The Pudendal Nerve in the Pelvis can become compressed resulting in pain & dysfunction of the nerve just like in Carpel Tunnel Syndrome.
The proceeds from this book will go to different nonprofit PNE groups. More
This short book is going to talk about Chronic Pelvic Pain from Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, Pudendal Neuralgia, most but not all of the causes of this medical condition, and most but not all of the areas of compression of the Pudendal nerve discovered by many leading surgeons and doctors. It was written by myself, a patient with PNE and also tells my story regarding PNE. I was frustrated by not being able to find a single book about this important medical condition, so I took it upon myself to write about it.
This book will also discuss some other conditions that mimic Pudendal Neuralgia or can also occur in addition to Pudendal Neuralgia. There are many causes of pelvic pain and finding the source of this pain by consulting with doctors is important. Once all other causes such as endometriosis, acute Prostatitis, Cancer, or other conditions have been ruled out, Pudendal Nerve Entrapment/Pudendal Neuralgia should be considered as a possible cause , especially if all of the symptoms and tests point to this condition. I’ll also talk about all of the physical effects, emotional effects, how to get help, different treatments used for this condition, and how to spread awareness about this medical condition to the public and to the medical community. Always consult your doctor about any medical condition you have and any information given here does not substitute for that of your doctor or specialist.
The Pudendal Nerve in the Pelvis, is just like any other nerve in the human body, in that it can become compressed resulting in pain and dysfunction of the nerve just like in Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. This compression can be from scar tissue, and other causes.
The Pudendal Nerve is the main nerve in the Pelvis which affects a lot of motor and sensory functions of your organs in your pelvis and lower abdomen. The Pudendal Nerve can cause pain in the Perineum, and it branches to many different deep and superficial areas of the Perineum, such as the Perineal Branch of the Pudendal Nerve. There are many branches of this one nerve which can give different symptoms to patients, but most will have pain sitting. This single nerve also has the dorsal branch, distal Alcock’s Canal area close to the dorsal and perineal branch, Alcock’s canal itself, rectal branches, and sacral root area where the Pudendal first nerve originates. There are many causes and areas of compression, so finding the exact cause & entrapment location is important.
All the proceeds from this book will go to different non profit groups to help those with Pudendal Nerve Entrapment and Pudendal Neuralgia.
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