I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Honda1991 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 12:24 pm

I hope it will be so, Violet, but I am very tired of this shit in a age in which the other people live without limits...I gave me this chance but the life is ridicolous...all this for a cycling seat...
01/13 cyclist accident
09/13 Diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia
11/14 Botox injections in Obturator muscels and elevator ani muscles with Dr Bautrant- Worse
05/15 Bilateral Tir approach Dr Bautrant- improvement only in anal pain
12/15 Bilateral pubic ramus decompression with Dr Aszmann
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Honda1991 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 12:26 pm

Andy_Pablo wrote:I can relate to a lot of your issues, including the cause. The irony of cycling to stay fit putting me into this state of vegetation is certainly not lost on me. Life does have a cruel sense of humour. But I digress, I just wanted to state that I had TG surgery in Bristol several months ago & while my pain & symptoms still fluctuate wildly, the ED issue seems to have resolved itself to a large degree. There is hope. It just needs time & patience sadly. You are not alone my friend.


What kind of pain do you have?Anterior(testicular, penis etc) or posterior(anal, perineum)?The accident was because of the seat of the bicycle?
01/13 cyclist accident
09/13 Diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia
11/14 Botox injections in Obturator muscels and elevator ani muscles with Dr Bautrant- Worse
05/15 Bilateral Tir approach Dr Bautrant- improvement only in anal pain
12/15 Bilateral pubic ramus decompression with Dr Aszmann
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Andy_Pablo » Wed Feb 03, 2016 1:43 pm

A little of both anterior & posterior. It has improved since surgery & the constant perineal pain has gone, which means that I can sit for short periods, but the trade off is that I get extreme pain in hips & groin. The penal/anal pain is very rare now, as is ED. so its changed in several months, but as Violet has mentioned, it takes a lot of time & patience. I am far from cured, & currently in the process of aquiring opioids from my doctors again, but things are changing & I take hope from that. My issues arose from a poor selection & fitting of a bicycle seat & then lifting heavy objects. I know its hard, but hang in there my friend.
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Honda1991 » Wed Feb 03, 2016 2:18 pm

Instead I have constant perineal pain now(the anterior approach can't resolve perineum's pain), and this is probably due to an entrapment between ST/SS ligaments(I had an entrapment in pubic ramus also), and exspecially to the ST ligaments...I made a mistake to do the TIR, because I need an approach which arrives to the ST ligaments...certainly, after 6 months from the anterior approach, Dr Aszmann will do also the TG, to release the nerve from the ligaments.
01/13 cyclist accident
09/13 Diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia
11/14 Botox injections in Obturator muscels and elevator ani muscles with Dr Bautrant- Worse
05/15 Bilateral Tir approach Dr Bautrant- improvement only in anal pain
12/15 Bilateral pubic ramus decompression with Dr Aszmann
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Andy_Pablo » Fri Feb 05, 2016 1:52 am

I wish you luck my friend...
Credula vitam spes fovet et melius cras fore semper dicit...
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Honda1991 » Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:15 am

Thank you...I wish you too or my life will finally end.
01/13 cyclist accident
09/13 Diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia
11/14 Botox injections in Obturator muscels and elevator ani muscles with Dr Bautrant- Worse
05/15 Bilateral Tir approach Dr Bautrant- improvement only in anal pain
12/15 Bilateral pubic ramus decompression with Dr Aszmann
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Gabriel81 » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:40 pm

Honda 1991, how are you now? I'm Italian too, you was active member in ex-italian forum Pudendo.it, right?
2004 Urethral burnings, chronic prostatitis diagnosis, unuseful drugs. Lately added chronic pelvic contracture.
2011 Pudendal Neuralgia diagnosis, nerve blocks and oral drugs.
2013 Two neuromodulation surgeries.
2016 Possover negate Pudendal Neuralgia (no pain elicited on rectal exploration), says problem is more central but MRI- neurography show nothing.
2017 De Bisshop found Oedema/hyperpressure and neurological abnormal response on intrapiriform area, most on sx.
Failed injection blocks.
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Re: I have had anterior approach 6 weeks ago

Postby Honda1991 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 3:57 pm

I stay well in testicular pain but I have a very important perineal pain: for this reason I did the transgluteal decompression in february
01/13 cyclist accident
09/13 Diagnosis of pudendal neuralgia
11/14 Botox injections in Obturator muscels and elevator ani muscles with Dr Bautrant- Worse
05/15 Bilateral Tir approach Dr Bautrant- improvement only in anal pain
12/15 Bilateral pubic ramus decompression with Dr Aszmann
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