Perineal Pain

Conventional Radiofrequency Ablation More Effective Than Pulsed Radiofrequency for Perineal Pain

Conventional Radiofrequency Ablation More Effective Than Pulsed Radiofrequency for Perineal Pain

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In patients with chronic non-oncological perineal pain, ganglion impar block with conventional radiofrequency may result in improved pain relief compared with pulsed radiofrequency ablation.

Aspirin May Improve Perineal Pain After Episiotomy

Aspirin May Improve Perineal Pain After Episiotomy

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Single-dose aspirin may provide relief of perineal pain after episiotomy in women who are not breastfeeding.

Capsaicin Patch Safe, Effective for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Capsaicin Patch Safe, Effective for Chronic Pelvic Pain

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Treatment with the high-concentration capsaicin patch was safe and effective for improving pain in patients with chronic pelvic, perineal, and gluteal neuralgia pain.

Osteopathic Manipulation for Postpartum Pain

Osteopathic Manipulation for Postpartum Pain

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These findings lay the groundwork for further consideration of OMT as a supplementary approach to standard care.

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