..i. have taken many pain pills but no good results... vtech10
Do they know what is causing the pain? If you know what is generating the pain it may be easier to find something that relieves the pain. Can you let me know what the Drs think is causing the pain and I will try to help you more. There are so many different approaches, it depends a lot on what is going on. You can send me a private message if you prefer not to discuss details to everyone. :)
I'm so sorry to hear that you are in so much pain. I have similar pain. Do you also have back pain? I know that when my lower back is really bad, it wraps around into my pelvis, and it is horrible. Nothing seems to help. The other problem is that I have a lot of scar tissue in that area, (from c-sections, to abdominal surgeries), and found out that there is physical therapy just for that kind of pain!! I kid you not. I've been around awhile, and I had never heard of "viscerally trained" physical therapists. I don't start for several more weeks, but apparently they can help pelvic floor pain very successfully. Try talking to your pain doctor, or your gyno and see if there is a clinic near you that does this sort of therapy.
I am very excited to get rid (or at least under control), this pain that has been driving me crazy for YEARS!! By the way, the clinic that I go to is run by a University Medical School. I don't know if that is why there is one here, but it certainly is worth looking for. Good luck!
Thanks for your support Dzoobaby, but i have ic which is interstitial cystitis bladder and pelvic pain syndrome, All i know is that I had my last child a csection and now its a painful daily situation. I am having a hard time finding a doctor who takes my insurance, i went to one hospital last week and they take 1 of my insurances but not the other, I cannot afford 1,000 to 3,000 dollars for treatment. So I am back to looking all over again, its pretty depressing because I have taken many pain killers but none of the medicine worked for what I got. The urologist specialist said to me that my case was pretty severe, all she can do is insert pain meds into my bladder it works for about 1-2 hours after that its hell on wheels... I enjoy the small amount of time with no pain, bending,walking, standing its a real pickle Dzoobaby it really is... vtech10
i know you are going think i'm stupid when i say this but ibuprofen 600-800 mg's is the best to help with pelvic pain !i got an infection under my pelvic bone and gyn gave me 800mg's of ibuprofen for it !and before my female surgery thats what they gave me for my pain!i was already on morphine and called my gyn crying in pain and i told him i couldn't understand it seeing i was already on morphine !well he surprised me by telling me that mrphine wouldn't help with this kind of pain!and yes the ibupronfen helped with my pain!
God bless & good luck!
There can be different issues you could be dealing with. I just got over a Prolapse of the urethea, which was very painful. The whole pelvic floor can prolapse on some people. They thoughT I was also having anal prolapse, but am not. I can't have vaginal prolapse because I had a complete hysterectomy at the age of 21. Fortunately the vagina is tied up there by very strong ligaments. This may not be your problem, but should be considered with so much pain. Have you been diagnosed with anything? I was put on Percocet 10 mg (along with my Methadone at the time) & put to bed for a week when it happened to me as I was bleeding quite a bit from the bladder. You really need to find out what is causing the pain first.
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Updated 28 Jul 2017 • 2 answers
Updated 3 Dec 2017 • 18 answers
Updated 3 Jan 2015 • 6 answers
Updated 15 Nov 2018 • 10 answers
Peripheral Neuropathy - Just reached daily dose of 3000 mg Gabapentin for pelvic floor neural damage
Updated 28 Mar 2014 • 2 answers