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Snoopy92

360d

Has anyone had success with pelvic PT? I’ve been doing it weekly for about 1.5-2 months and honestly haven’t noticed much improvement or change. Not sure if I need to give it more time?

    • AcAlike

      355d

      One side note, i did pelvic pt for 3 months and had no improvement and then found out i also had adenomyosis and that was causing the constant pain that caused my pelvic floor muscles to become hypertonic. I just had a hysterectomy in feb so im going to try pt again and see if the results are better this time around

    • Aundie

      359d

      I take a muscle relaxer and anti inflammatory aside of my PF therapy. There’s also anesthesia target therapy.

    • 100Percent_K

      360d

      I had success with PFPT after excision

    • Belugabear

      360d

      It took me three years and ten different therapists, but I finally started feeling some relief. I had to have my endo removed before it helped at all, and made some progress with my old PTs. Then I found one that focused on the abdomen as well, and in two months I felt like a new person!

      • Snoopy92

        354d

        @Belugabear I did get endo excision first! Honestly I mostly have lots of GI symptoms and then my pelvic floor spasms and tightens.

        • Belugabear

          342d

          @Snoopy92 yeah GI issues make it so much harder! I’m still getting those straightened out, but PT helped a little! But really what made the biggest difference was seeing a GI and figuring out what was going on there. But PT helped a lot once I found the right one!!!

    • gravitypulledem

      360d

      Improvement after about 3 months you can do it

      • Snoopy92

        354d

        @gravitypulledem ty!

    • RainbowNarwhal

      360d

      I did it for several months and had some improvement, but not a ton, and it's hard for me to keep doing the stretches and exercises. I'm supposed to just keep doing them forever basically. It's not the miracle I was hoping for, but it helped some.

      • Snoopy92

        360d

        @RainbowNarwhal thx for sharing!

    • Coffeeluv

      360d

      Going through the same exact thing right now. I’ve heard it can take 6 months. Going to stick it out and see what happens

      • Snoopy92

        360d

        @Coffeeluv thx for sharing!

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Some individuals have found success with pelvic floor physical therapy, but it may take time and consistent effort to see improvements. It's important to be patient and continue with the exercises and stretches as recommended by your therapist. However, experiences can vary, and it might be helpful to discuss your concerns with your therapist to determine if any adjustments need to be made in your treatment plan.

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