Pain in the perineum

Facts about Perineum Pain (Perineal Pain)

perineum painSymptoms associated with perineum pain

Some people with perineal pain (pain in the perineum) say that they don’t actually feel pain but some variation of discomfort, aching, burning, fullness, squeezing, tightness, sharp or dull sensation. Perineal pain is often exacerbated with sitting and is usually associated with other symptoms. Typical symptoms include one or more of the following:

  • Genital pain, anal and rectal pain, suprapubic (above pubic bone) pain, pain in bladder area, tail bone pain, groin pain, low back pain
  • Discomfort when sitting (often feels like a golf ball), post bowel movement pain
  • Urinary frequency, urgency, hesitancy, burning, frequent night time urination
  • Sexual pain including orgasm and post orgasm discomfort (often the next day)
  • Anxiety, depression, helplessness regarding symptoms

levator ani syndromeThe understanding and definition of pelvic pain including the common symptoms of genital and perineal pain, as well as its causes, risk factors, diagnostic tests, the understanding of its complications and other relevant matters is currently in transition. The treatment, drugs, lifestyle issues and concepts about home treatment are also in transition. The Wise-Anderson Protocol has often been more effective in the treatment of genital and perineal pain than the conventional treatment of drugs and surgery.

Perineum pain is a central symptom in most muscle based pelvic pain conditions

The Wise-Anderson Protocol, also known as the Stanford Protocol, has been successful in treating genital and perineal pain (pain in the perineum) in selected women and men who suffer with muscle-based pelvic pain conditions.

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by What_didnt_I_Like

If you composed reasonable sentences, we'd have a much easier time understanding, respecting and responding to you.
But if your question was: "What didn't you like in my post?" -- consider THIS from the URL you cited (NOTE how IRrelevant this is to "pressure washing"):::
"Proctalgia fugax is a severe, cramp-like pain, deep in the anal canal... The pain often wakes sufferers at night, and men may have an erection at the same time. Some men experience it after sex....
Try putting pressure on the perineum (the area between the back passage and the vagina or base of the penis) by sitting on the edge of your bath or on a tennis ball

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by yf---

Proctalgia fugax
Proctalgia fugax is a severe, cramp-like pain, deep in the anal canal. It usually
lasts for a few minutes, but can sometimes last for up to half an hour. You may
feel a need to defecate urgently, but nothing happens. It may even make you
feel dizzy, or give you a headache. It occurs in both men and women. The pain
often wakes sufferers at night, and men may have an erection at the same

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by ididit

So I did a partial brazilian laser job on my bikini line a couple weeks ago. I am lighter skinned (asian decent) with coarse dark almost-black hair. Oh my hurt!! They give you this numbing cream which didn't really help much. Worse area to do was basically the..lower part (i'll just say it..Labia). I left a nice patch in the middle. So they did the top, sides, and bottom. She asked me if I wanted to do the perineum and told me to get on my hands and knees.....I quickly passed on that. I guess it hurt so much b/c my hair is so coarse and dark down there. I know have major ingrown hairs

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