Dr. Susie Gronski


Because life is better without pain in your pants

The In Your Pants podcast is an honest, open, and transparent conversation about those ‘oh so embarrassing’ and difficult topics that we only discuss behind closed doors. It's a show dedicated to debunking myths around pain, pelvic health, and sexuality. 


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Stop Giving Too Many F*cks About Pelvic Pain

In today’s In Your Pants episode, Ryan Cazares tells us how he stopped giving too many f*cks about pelvic pain and took his health by the reigns. Ryan and I met at my 6 Day Hands-On Training Program and the rest is history. You can read more about Ryan’s experience with pelvic pain on his blog, Pain Drain.

“If you don’t let it [pelvic pain] wreck your life, it’s just a minor inconvenience”
(yup, we’re holding a plus testicle and prostate)

(yup, we’re holding a plus testicle and prostate)

(All that work deserves some good chow!   Chai Pani , Asheville, NC)

(All that work deserves some good chow!  Chai Pani, Asheville, NC)

Ryan’s take home messages:

  1. “You’ve got to take care of yourself before you can help others.”

  2. “Everyone’s got a struggle.”

Ryan’s must reads for pelvic pain:

  1. Pelvic Pain Explained

  2. Pelvic Pain: The Ultimate Cock Block

  3. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck

Ryan’s favorite meditation apps:

  1. Insight Timer

  2. Calm

  3. Headspace

Despite pain, Ryan’s got some inspirational accomplishments worth sharing.

Ryan’s an optometrist by day…


And a rockstar by night. Check out his band, Dr. C & the Gris Gris

Ryan’s a die hard musician whose passion is to share music with the rest of his community which inspired him to create the M.I. Brary Project to bring out your inner musician.

Don’t forget to connect with Ryan on IG @PainDrain and follow his blog, Pain Drain.

Throbbing. Burning. Pain with erections. Most men are afraid they won’t get it up; you’re afraid you will -- because it hurts down there. But never mind sex, you might even have trouble sitting down. Simple, everyday things like driving, working at your desk, or going to the bathroom have turned into Mt. Everest.

You don’t have to live like this.