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Have pain and a block in pudinal nerve. Have vulvadynia. No medication now. What to do?

I have vulvadynia, and need a nerve block with my Pudindal nerve. Have been working w/a pain Dr. since January with little help except for some physical therapy (which helped somewhat) and a ticket to a mind over matter program for 6-12 months. I am 63 years old and have been a shut in for over 20 years with this pain. Is is appropriate for me to contact an anesthetist directly for review and procedure?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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  Anonymous's Response
Hello User,
Taking anesthetics would help you relieve pain as long as the drug is in your body later on again it may have same problem. As this is a anatomical(physical) problem physiotherapy will help you. Some more tips like:
Wearing cotton underwear.
Neem oil is a good topical treatment for irritation.
Low-oxalate diet may help.
If the pain still persists then meet a consultant which may end up with analgesics and later on if necessary may be surgery.
Thanks, Have a good health.
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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