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free of chronic pelvic pain and living full life

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by david56270, Mar 17, 2022.

  1. david56270

    david56270 Newcomer

    Hello. I suffered from pelvic pain for a few years. The pain made my life unbearable. I felt spasms and pain when sitting, urinating, even having sex. I was diagnosed with nonbacterial prostatitis, pudendal neuralgia... altogether as a chronic pelvic pain syndrome. The structures in my pelvis were painful, although MRI and CT showed no abnormalities. Neurologists, proctologists, urologists, manual therapists, radiologists and internists couldn't help me effectively. I have promised myself, that if I find a solution, I will share my experience with others in similar situations. TODAY, I AM PAIN-FREE AND I AM SO GRATEFUL. IT BROUGHT ME CLOSER TO WHO I REALLY AM. I LIVE A DIFFERENT LIFE.

    I am not doctor or other medical expert. I am just someone, who suffered from this condition, willing to share how I meditate and what changed in my life, that melted the pain away. What works for me. I don't know if it will for someone else. I would write about it here, but it would be too long.

    You can send me a message at this site and I will reply to you when I can.

    I wish you well.
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2022
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  2. Oddball

    Oddball New Member

    Hey man, I'm similar. Post-vasectomy pain syndrome. What treatments did you use? Journaling? Somatic tracking? Psychotherapy? Just wondering what exactly worked for you.
  3. newlearner

    newlearner New Member

    1 post.

    Not willing to post still wants people to write him privately.

    Let me make sure I understand, it's "too much to post" but you're willing to message more than one person who messages you. Wouldn't that be even MORE writing?

    Sounds like a shill. I wonder what he's going to try and sell if you direct him.
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  4. david56270

    david56270 Newcomer

    Mr. newlearner. I understand your concern. But it is not like that. At all.

    I wish you well.
  5. JanAtheCPA

    JanAtheCPA Beloved Grand Eagle

    @david56270, the entire purpose of this community is to offer a peer-supported forum where people post publicly so that the maximum number of members can benefit.

    The fact is that we barely tolerate self-promotion from members who become well-known and appreciated by actually spending time and individualized public effort to help others here. Similar activities from complete strangers is justifiably suspect.

    Your post was formally reported by a different user, by the way, which is how I ended up here.

    "My Story" on our Profile pages is for people to do just that: tell their story. If you have a good one, by all means publish it there - although you might want to visit our posting guidelines first.

    ~Jan A.
    forum moderator
  6. david56270

    david56270 Newcomer

    Hello again.

    I read "Power of Now" from Eckhart Tolle. In the chapter PainBody I found information about emotional energy field - I found out, that this field of emotion was stuck in my pelvis.

    When I meditate I am in pure natural state (belly breathing /being/allowing everything to be as it is) - with mediation the pain melts away and emotion with tears arises.

    The PainBody becomes fuel for presence. At this moment I am seeing EFT therapist - therapy used to dissolve the painbody.

    "Power of now" is a holly book for me. This is my experience, i hope someone benefits from it.

    Be well.
  7. Krisssyiii

    Krisssyiii Newcomer

    Please tell me what got you better from the pelvic spasms?
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  8. Feryal05

    Feryal05 Newcomer

    Neler yapıyorsun
  9. Feryal05

    Feryal05 Newcomer

    TTam olarak neler yaptın

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