Hope for Patients with Pudendal Neuralgia and Pudendal Nerve Entrapment


HOPE is a charitable organization that offers support and information to patients who have pudendal neuropathy (PN), pudendal neuralgia (PN), or pudendal nerve entrapment (PNE).  If you have come to this website it is probably because you are in pain or you know someone who is in pain.  Our goal is that after coming here you will be able to develop a plan of action that will help you get your life back. Our Mission

July 2014  

 

HOPE NEWSLETTER
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Newsletter Articles

Interview with  Dr. Stanley Antolak Jr., MD

Report of Documentary on
Chronic Pelvic Pain
By Catherine A., Hope Director

HOPE 2013 Financial Report

 


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Quick Overview of Pudendal Neuralgia
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Community

The directors of this organization are Amanda, Dave, Ezer, Kris, Stephanie, and Violet. We are all veterans of pudendal neuropathy and you can find us on our forum. We review the latest peer-reviewed literature and do our best to keep current with the latest information available to the PN community. Nevertheless, we are not doctors and we recommend that you seek advice from your medical professional for treatment.

Directors of the Health Organization for Pudendal Education, moderators of the forum, and health care professionals who serve as advisers serve strictly on a volunteer basis and are not paid. Pudendalhope.org is funded by donations.  Anyone can contribute.

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The American Board of Obstetricians and Gynecologists revises decision on

certification of physicians who treat male patients. 

On January 30, 2014 the ABOG announced a revision in their policy on whether an ABOG-certified obstetrician-gynecologist can treat male patients in certain instances without having their certification revoked.  The announcement can be seen at this link.  

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