Pudendal Nerve PainHi I am looking for a remedy for pudendal nerve pain. My pain manifest mainly in the rectum area and is aggravated by sitting. Standing and lying down sooth the pain. Warm and cold both help too, but warm seems better. I am taking meds for nerve pain and have compounded pain suppositories. This pain started about 10 years ago when I fell on my butt. It got worse when I ruptured two disks the next year. I have had periods of relief, but have been in near constant pain for the last 8 months. I am under a doctors (spcialist) care and am doing Physical Therapy with a Pelvic Floor PT.
The pain when sitting is deep and throbbing, stabbing and relentless. Standing walking and sitting (laying) in a hot tub of water helps. I also get pain in my lower back and left side when sitting.
My lower back can also hurt when standing too long.
I am very sensitive person and tend to be anxious at times. I have dreams that when I wake up make me feel anxious at night.
I am creative do many creative things.
Merna1 on 2019-10-21
1 dose is 2 pills.
♡ Tui 2 years ago
The pain is sharp and burning in the rectal with most of the pain on the right side. Constipation increases the pain! I have started pelvic floor yoga.
Hollidayte last year
Please elaborate your present symptoms if you want prescription
♡ Kaps last year
Hollidayte last year
You could do the original advice(from Tui with slight modification) initially. Use Arnica 200 and Hypericum 200 twice daily for a week or so. Then for nerve pain you can continue Hypericum 200 on and off for some weeks.
If this persists after first line of treatment another suitable remedy may have to be taken.
♡ maheeru last year
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