Pudendal Nerve Block

Pudendal Nerve Block A pudendal nerve block, commonly called a pudendal block, is a medical procedure used for pain management, primarily to alleviate nerve pain stemming from the pudendal nerve. This nerve provides sensation to the pelvic region, including the perineum, rectum, and genitals. In cases where there is nerve compression or damage, patients can …

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Pelvic Floor Spasms

Vaginal Spasms

Vaginal Spasms Vaginal spasms, medically known as vaginismus, manifest as the involuntary contraction of the vaginal muscles, often leading to discomfort, vaginal pain, and difficulty or even an inability to engage in vaginal penetration, including sexual intercourse. This condition can be deeply distressing and can lead to a cycle of sexual pain and fear of …

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Pudendal Nerve Entrapment

Pudendal Nerve Entrapment | Understanding the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, a condition that affects the pudendal nerve in the pelvic region, can produce chronic pain and interfere with daily activities. This post aims to provide valuable insights into understanding the condition, recognizing its symptoms, diagnosing and treating it, implementing lifestyle modifications, and …

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Ovarian Remnant Syndrome

Ovarian Remnant Syndrome | Understanding The Silent Struggle Ovarian Remnant Syndrome (ORS) is a rare medical disorder that develops when ovarian tissue is left behind following ovarian surgery, such as having undergone oophorectomy. (complete removal of one or both ovaries). This can result in several symptoms, such as chronic pelvic pain, menstrual abnormalities, and infertility. …

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Pain with Ovulation

Pain with ovulation is called mittelschmerz. It is experienced by about 20% of women in some or all cycles. It occurs roughly halfway between menstrual cycles. It is usually sharp seven and located in the lower abdomen either on the left or right side. It is unknown why this condition happens and usually treated with …

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Müllerian Anomalies

Müllerian Duct Anomaly What Are Mullerian Anomalies? Mullerian anomalies can affect up to four percent of the female population. The anomaly is considered a ‘hereditary disorder’; this indicates that this complication occurs during fetal development and is present during childbirth. As an embryo forms, the two paired Mullerian ducts will develop into the female genital …

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Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts occur quite commonly in women, and some of them form as a result of ovulation during menstrual cycle. They may cause sharp pain in the lower abdomen and pelvis, but often they are asymptomatic. Great majority of ovarian cysts are benign and generally when discovered they should be allowed time to regress on …

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Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids, medically called leiomyoma, are benign tumors of the uterus. They may range in size from microscopic to as large as the size of basketball or bigger. Approximately 20 to 25% of women in reproductive age are affected by fibroids, and this incidence may go up to 40% in women who are older than …

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After Childbirth

Childbirth is one of the happiest moments in any woman’s life. Unfortunately, some patients may develop pelvic pain after delivery. In most cases this pain goes away within few weeks but in some it remains for much longer. There are multiple causes of pelvic pain after childbirth but most commonly it is of musculoskeletal origin. …

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