New Person with Pudendal Nerve Disorder

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Re: New Person with Pudendal Nerve Disorder

Postby Buttercup28 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 3:23 pm

Hi there,

Anyone have any new updates as far as how they are doing post shockwave therapy?

Do people think this is something that is really worth a try? Is there any potential that it could do damage?

Is it covered by insurance?

Thanks,

Buttercup
Sudden pelvic pain onset that landed me in the ER 2x -- diagnosed with severe pelvic floor dysfunction and suspected IC. Diagnosed with pudendal neuralgia via MRI and EMG and hip impingement/labral tear on CTscan. Ran the gamut with tests, treatments, procedures, injections, drugs, etc. since then. Still on the quest for answers....
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Re: New Person with Pudendal Nerve Disorder

Postby Morgano » Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:38 am

Butterceup28 wrote:Hi there,

Anyone have any new updates as far as how they are doing post shockwave therapy?

Do people think this is something that is apexatropin worth a try? Is there any potential that it could do damage?


I'd also love to hear more from anyone who has undergone shockwave therapy. I can't really seem to find much info on it.
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Re: New Person with Pudendal Nerve Disorder

Postby Melly » Wed Apr 19, 2017 11:35 pm

Clonazapam helps tremendously with anxiety and pain!
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