Sphincter Ani--levator Ani--coccygeus--obturator in Trigger Point Diagram

Sphincter Ani--levator Ani--coccygeus--obturator in Trigger Point Diagram

Rectal Spasm, Levator Ani Syndrome and Proctalgia Fugax Treatment

Rectal Spasm, Levator Ani Syndrome and Proctalgia Fugax Treatment

Levator Ani - Anatomy, Function and Pathology | Kenhub

Levator Ani - Anatomy, Function and Pathology | Kenhub

Surgical repair of bilateral levator ani muscles with ultrasound guidance.  - PubMed - NCBI

Surgical repair of bilateral levator ani muscles with ultrasound guidance. - PubMed - NCBI

Anal Pain and Painful Bowel Movements - Primary Symptoms @ Sphincter Ani

Anal Pain and Painful Bowel Movements - Primary Symptoms @ Sphincter Ani

Disorders possibly caused by (or in part by) Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment: vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, interstitial cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic or non-bacterial prostatitis, prostadynia, burning scrotal syndrome, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, proctalgia fugax, hemorrhoids, coccydynia, piriformis syndrome, anorectal neuralgia, pelvic congestion, pelvic floor dysfunction, ischial bursitis, levator ani syndrome, and others.

Disorders possibly caused by (or in part by) Pudendal Neuralgia or Pudendal Nerve Entrapment: vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis, interstitial cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic or non-bacterial prostatitis, prostadynia, burning scrotal syndrome, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, proctalgia fugax, hemorrhoids, coccydynia, piriformis syndrome, anorectal neuralgia, pelvic congestion, pelvic floor dysfunction, ischial bursitis, levator ani syndrome, and others.

Levator Ani Syndrome causes chronic rectal pain that can drive some sufferers to despair, even though it is not life-threatening. Our guest blogger, Mike from the US, was kind enough to write about his experience of Levator Ani, which, from the messages we receive, would seem to quite common, and can sometimes accompany Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Read Mike's experience here: http://www.ibs-life.com/levator-ani-syndrome.html

Levator Ani Syndrome causes chronic rectal pain that can drive some sufferers to despair, even though it is not life-threatening. Our guest blogger, Mike from the US, was kind enough to write about his experience of Levator Ani, which, from the messages we receive, would seem to quite common, and can sometimes accompany Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Read Mike's experience here: http://www.ibs-life.com/levator-ani-syndrome.html

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