Here at DiscovHER HEALTH, we care about treating woman with PUDENDAL NEUROPATHY.

Dysfunction of the pudendal nerve can occur suddenly as a result of trauma, such as surgery in the pelvic region, falls, bicycle accidents or childbirth.

What is Pudendal Neuropathy?

The pudendal nerve carries sensations to/from the external genitals, the lower rectum, and the perineum (between the genitals and the anus). There is a pudendal nerve on each side of the pelvis. Neuropathy is disease of or damage to a nerve. So, pudendal neuropathy is a nerve problem in the rectal and genital region.

Most of the time a clear cause for PN cannot be identified. PN is often associated with pelvic floor dysfunction such as bowel and bladder problems.

Symptoms of Pudendal Neuropathy

Rectal pain, sometimes with defecation problems.
Pain in the genitals.
Stabbing, twistingor burning pain, pins and needles, numbness or hypersensitivity.
Bladder irritation and vulvar pain
Painful intercourse, orgasm, and ejaculation
Most treatments have not been well studied, and treatment response may vary based on patient characteristics, however, treatment options include: Behavioral or activity modification to reduce repetitive use or trauma.

See ONE OF OUR EXPERTS if you have any of the problems with this condition.
The recommended treatment will depend on the your symptoms and your overall health.
To make the best decision for you, discuss the risks and benefits with us.

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