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Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain #2860353
10/16/18 06:58 AM
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After surfing, squatting, or just sitting a long time I'm getting tightened pelvic floor muscles and nasty pudendal nerve pain. Everywhere from my lower back to knees can ache. I understand the PT treatment for this involves stretching and sticking things up my ass, which sounds fun and all, but I figured I'd run this one by the BB to see if anyone else successfully dealt with the problem.


all i ever wanted in life was a consistent 6-10 foot righthand barrel
Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2860509
10/16/18 06:08 PM
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Lots of trgger points up the pooper.

IF they are causing the problem, realeasing them will help


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2860863
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...it's not prostitution when she* has a PT license, right?

*I really hope it's she


all i ever wanted in life was a consistent 6-10 foot righthand barrel
Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2860910
10/17/18 12:21 PM
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I tried to talk my PT into doing it.

She baulked.

I think she thought I wanted her to do it to get my jollies.

You can do it to yourself pretty good with a threacane.

Take your time, lube up, and go slow.

So many trigger points up there.

You can tell when you release them.

I take no joy in doing it but I want to be better so I can jump dance and shout.


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2861349
10/17/18 09:35 PM
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Check this book out.

This was a Bobble recommendation.

I wouldn't buy. See if you ILL can order it.

https://www.amazon.com/Dermo-Neuro-Modul...euro+modulating


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."
Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2861972
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Contact Larry Nasser former doctor for USA gymnastics. He knows.

Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2871741
11/07/18 01:11 PM
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I ain't touching this one literally or figuratively. And good point flex...PS: I need to get my butt up to NYC speaking of butts. Hope all is well my friend.


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Re: Pelvic floor disorder/nerve pain [Re: Ch-ch-ch-cheeeeeto] #2890999
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I was thinking about Nassar.

He probably started doing pelvic floor work through the vagina and the anus to legitimately help the female athletes.

I have this hunch that a lot of dysfunction in the muscle skeletal system is a result of pelvic floor dysfunction.

So he is trying to help these young women athletes. At the same time, his lizard brain is getting turned on because he's got his finger up these women's pussys!

Then the lizard brain started biasing cognition.

Making him think, I'm doing it to help the girls!

In fact the evil lizard is running the show.

If you want to manage the pelvic floor without some creep sticking his finger up your butt or in your pussy, you brace the lower abs and pull the front of the pelvic floor upward.


A threat response is a potent trigger for motivated reasoning.

"People who are right a lot listen a lot, and they change their mind a lot. . . . . They wake up and reanalyze things and change their mind. If you don't change your mind frequently, you're going to be wrong a lot."

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