The pudendal nerve supplies the pelvic floor and can be responsible for pain in the rectum, anus, vulva, vagina, urethra, clitoris, mons, penis, or scrotum. The pain can be on one or both sides and is typically worse with sitting. For more information on this condition, please click on the following link:
Interstitial Cystitis/ Painful Bladder Syndrome: Bladder pain, burning, frequent urination, and urgent need to urinate all worsened by sensitivity to foods or other environmental allergens.
Pain with Intercourse
Also known as Dyspareunia
Stress Incontinence: the involuntary release of urine. This typically happens with activities like coughing, sneezing, or running. It is more common in women than in men, but is not simply something to accept as part of aging or just because you had a baby. Physical therapy offers treatments which can help regain control of the pelvic floor and urinary continence.
Urge Incontinence: the unintentional loss of urine due to the bladder muscle contracting, often associated with a feeling of needing to urinate urgently.
Overflow Incontinence: frequent or constant dribbling of urine due to the bladder not emptying completely.
Mixed Incontinence: A combination of more than one type of urinary incontinence.
Pelvic Mesh Fact Sheet
Constipation Info Sheet
Perineal Tears with childbirth: This article provides good information about the tears, but does not stress the importance of Pelvic PT to manage pain and help restore pelvic floor function.
Prolapse info page: