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  • Posted in: Member Community

    The pain she has with the pessary is classic for levator myalgia. Because of her rectal resection she had an aggressive levator plication and this triggers levator pain in many of these patients (about 20% in colo-rectal literature). It is unlikely ...

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    Botox would help with myalgia, not neuralgia. I am utilizing an amniotic fluid allograft to treat neuralgia and have a 90% response rate. Sent from my iPad ------Original Message------ Agree with Julie. You could also consider Botox injection for ...

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    I suspect you may be able to find the uterosacral ligaments vaginally. Just follow them towards the sacrum as you pull upwards on the cervix. Or you may need to stay extraperitonal if there are a lot of adhesions. I have found them vaginally in an ...