MALE PELVIC PAIN
Listen up, guys! Kegels aren’t just for chicks. Men have pelvic health problems too.
SEXUAL HEALTH IS ESSENTIAL FOR GOOD WELLBEING.
DON’T BE SHY TO SEEK HELP FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CONCERNS:
- Chronic prostatitis (CP) also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS)
According to statistics, 10-13% of the male population suffers with pelvic pain. This accounts for a whopping 2 million outpatient visits/year in the United States.
I like to call it persistent pelvic pain syndrome because ‘chronic’ sounds permanent. No matter what you've read on the internet or what some doctors have told you, you don’t have to live with this for the rest of your life.
95% of persistent pelvic pain cases are nonbacterial. The most important takeaway message is that only 5% of cases are actually caused by an active bacterial infection. Which means the likelihood of bacteria causing the problem is low.
I’m so passionate about this topic that I wrote a whole book about it. My mission is to make sure you get the help you need right from the get-go. No prancing around going from doctor to doctor while your symptoms get worse. Learn how to get a grip on pelvic pain so you can start living your life again.
- Penile (penis) pain
- Pudendal neuralgia
- Penile (penis) fracture
- Testicle pain
- Anodyspareunia - painful anal intercourse
- Post-vasectomy pain syndrome, pain after vasectomy
- Peyronie's disease - A condition where scar tissue forms, most commonly, around the base of penis resulting in an abnormal bend or curve in the penis
- Pre- or post-prostatectomy surgery
- Pain with or after ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction (ED)
- Lower abdominal pain
- Groin pain
- Pelvic pain
- SIJ (sacroiliac joint) pain
- Persistent hip or lower back pain that hasn’t resolved with traditional treatment methods
- Tailbone pain
- Pain with sitting
- Pain during bowel movements
- Urinary urgency-frequency- Frequently feeling a strong and sudden urge to urinate
- Urinary or fecal incontinence