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Charl1942 posted:
I am sorry I have had others asking about me and I have been away for so long. I did go through a regiment at the Mayo clinic and it was verified I had pelvic floor problems as well the Pudendal nerve is being pinched. That nerve is across the hip close to the sciatic nerve. The treatment plan is therapy first, which has been ongoing and a little helpful, but after so long damaged, it will take a while to help. Then I have an appt. to see a pain mgmt physician who will probably do some sort of nerve blocks into both hips, both upper and lower hips. (this is the thing the pain doc wanted to do at Mayo.) Since I was there for the entire week testing I decided to wait and have another opinion from the doc I have an appt with now, who is closer to home. I still have a very hard time sitting. The therapist has noticed the tailbone is hypermobile most of the time. Pillows do not help with sitting because of pain in the hips. If any one has a problem simular to this, or any suggestions please let me know. Thanks
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