Desire Love and Intimacy, But Can’t Have Intercourse?
It is with great passion and sincere hope that I share this website link with you. There are so many patients we touch every day who crave love and intimacy, but feel isolated and alone because they cannot tolerate having full sexual intercourse. This happens to both men and women. For example- Some male patients have severely painful ejaculations or pain with any touch to the genitals; while women may not be able to tolerate vaginal penetration at all due to pain or adhesions/scarring from gyn radiation therapy. This is real, but we can help. If an individual’s goal is to have full sexual intercourse, then we want to aim treatment at achieving this. However, just remember that it may not be an end goal OR it just may not be realistic for that individual. Here’s another option.
This will continue to be a hot topic we will further explore in additional postings.
Here’s another link for the ABC story featuring this website: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/cancer-survivor-creates-website-sex-love/story?id=14285437&page=2#.T5S3UO33DPA
Pudendal Hope Website
The goal of www. pelvicguru.com is to provide solid, expert information to patients and medical practiotioners who have an interest in this area. The website link provided here is full of great resources for you. In the near future, we will provide more information with patient stories and patient questions.
Great Pudendal Neuralgia Information!
If you wanted to know more about Pudendal Neuralgia from one of the leading physicians, Dr. Hibner, who sees many cases from all of the country and world – here it is! (2011).
Who’s even heard of Pudendal Neuralgia? How about Pudendal Nerve Entrapment? During my career, I developed an interest in working with patients with pudendal issues. I joke around that I am famous in small circles – the “pudendal circle” is one. There’s a tremendous amount of confusion about the diagnoses of Pudendal Nerve Entrapment, Pudendal […]
Does a Bicycle Seat Affect A Woman’s Sexual Health
The latest NY Times Health article. The “bottom line” is to make sure you are sitting on your “sit bones” instead of the soft tissue/muscles right around your genitals (perineum).
PELVIC GURU writes: The preface: A Pelvic Physical Therapist (did you know this even exists?) has a very unique “relationship” with patients. She spends usually 40 minutes to 1 hour with each patient (one-on-one), dealing with very personal pelvic floor or abdominal musculature issues such as chronic pelvic pain, vulvar pain, painful intercourse (dyspareunia), and […]