Do you live with pelvic pain?
Pain is Pervasive
Living with chronic pain affects every aspect of your life. When in your immune system is constantly “revved up” to suppress pain. This depletes your stress-coping hormones and can lead to fatigue, depression, and seemingly unrelated symptoms such as headaches and nausea, irritability and family discord.
Pain is Widespread
Twenty percent of women suffer chronic pelvic pain; fifteen percent of all women have endometriosis. Of the women who suffer chronic pain, 85% have endometriosis and the remainder have other sources of pain such as pelvic adhesions (internal scar tissue), pelvic muscle spasm, pelvic congestion (varicose veins of the uterus), chronic infection, “memory” pain from previous sexual abuse, and other problems.
Overcome Your Pain
Often the source of your pelvic pain is anatomic. This means it can be fixed. Even if the source is non-anatomic such as previous sexual abuse or anxiety about sex, these problems can be addressed with coaching in a loving environment, relaxation techniques, physical therapy, and biofeedback.
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