Great Pudendal Neuralgia Information! Great Pudendal Neuralgia Information Click Here! 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). Pelvic Guru 2017-02-25T15:06:50+00:00 April 3rd, 2012|Tags: buttock pain, glut pain, perineum, prostatitis, pudendal, pudendal neuralgia|0 Comments Share this story, choose your platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblrGoogle+PinterestEmail Related Posts Ketamine Infusion for Pelvic Pain. What is it? 5 Critical Errors Women Make During CrossFit Find a Pelvic Health Professional: Ultimate Directory Pelvic Guru and Social Media – Daily Posts The Pelvic Health Handout Project! No Comments Vitamin A April 15, 2012 at 5:06 am - Reply Greeting from over the world. excellent article I shall return for more. chronicpainsurvivor July 19, 2012 at 6:40 pm - Reply Reblogged this on chronicpainsurvivor. Pelvic Guru May 12, 2013 at 2:25 pm - Reply The original article I posted was removed. However here is the new link. I have updated it in the blog post as well. ~ Tracy http://www.obgynnews.com/views/master-class/blog/pudendal-neuralgia/95b5639640fc33ca0904b596c45007b5.html Tone June 1, 2015 at 12:43 pm - Reply My uncle has suffered from Pudendal neuropathy since 2001. At that time, little was know about PJ . He was a SSI attorney for 20 yrs and was knowledgeable in medical terminology. Even then, however, it took him a few yrs to diagnose himself with PN. After exousting all avenues, trying to get professionally diagnosed, he reluctantly, flew to the only place he could find, where there might be a glimmer of hope, France. At the time Dr. Robear was the only surgeon who would performed pudendal surgery. His recovery was 30 days spending it in a hotel room in France, but at least he had a nice view of the Iffil tower. He flew home and was working again within days. The pain subsided for 3 years or so and we were optimistic that he would make a full recovery unfortunately, to no avail. I won’t go in to details but it’s a brutal disease and I spend countless hours caring for him. He is 68 yrs old and has been fighting for a cure for almost 15 yrs. His bed consist of 50 pillow stacked on a mattress. He is 85-90% bed ridden but can move around slowly. He has never succumbed and will keep fighting! He is my hero. Thank you, Tony Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.