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Amy

Buffalo, New York
To  the ladies that are reading this because they have been diagnosed or told they have some type of Vulvodynia. There are many reasons as to why women start experiencing Vulvodynia. Let me first start by saying Vulvodynia is NOT a diagnosis it is a symptom. Vulvodynia means Vulvar pain.. The diagnosis is the more complicated part. Dealing with Vulvodynia is really a life challenging thing. It can take women years or even a lifetime before they ever get proper treatment. Finding a... Full Bio
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Uh oh, Pain is back by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health since my surgery in 2010 I had relief from my pelvic pain for the most part with occasional flare ups. my pudendal nerve seemed to calm down quite a bit as well. I thought I ... Read on »
Update on hip labral tear arthroscopy surgery by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I am one month post surgery and feeling well. My hip seems to be doing good although i have had no relief on any other of my issues, such as my pelvic floor dysfunction or my ... Read on »
One hip down, one to go. by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain I finally had my surgery on my left hip for my labral tear and my bone spur. I can't say how relieved i am to have it done and over with. I now know i am on the road to recove ... Read on »
Smiling today :) by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Since my last blog, my hip injection must have kicked in more because i really feel great in my hip, which in turn makes me feel better in my pelvic. I had to re schedule my a ... Read on »
I'm feeling a little better. by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health My last blog wasn't a very positive one... I was having one of those days i guess, and in my case i have them quite a bit. But i am feeling better. My hip injection was about ... Read on »
I'm not feeling so positive today. by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Today is the 4th day since my cortisone injection and i don't feel any better, actually this morning i woke up and both of my hips hurt. Pain down both of my legs and pinching ... Read on »
I"m curious to see where this will go.... by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health My last visit with Dr Coleman (orthopedic ) He wanted me to have a steroid injection to my hip to see weather this will help with the pain. He says it will determine how i wil ... Read on »
Oh yes, a labral tear! by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health My trip to NYC to see Dr Coleman was Monday. I took my MRI with me, actually both of my MRI's i had one that was normal and one i had with Arthrogram. Unfortunately My Arthrog ... Read on »
My Story by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health In 2005 i had my first and only so far baby girl. About 6mos after having her i developed this really strange pelvic pain. It wasn't anything i had ever had and i couldn't qui ... Read on »
Feeling a little nervous by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Chronic Pain Days like today i just can't help but feel like even though i have hope to figure out my problem, its not going to be a reality for me. I have been like this for almost 4 year ... Read on »
I'm determined to get through this! by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health My trip to NYC went really well, i was able to get in touch with a Radiologist to have another look at my MRI, and i am currently trying to make an appointment with DR. Colema ... Read on »
More trouble with a proper diagnosis.... by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I was sent to get an arthrogram MRI to rule out a Hip Labral Tear. My Pelvic floor dysfunction will not let up on the left side of my body due to whatever is causing this hip ... Read on »
A trip to NYC by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health So i had an appointment scheduled to see Goldstein in Washington on the 24th.. I was feeling so good that i really had forgotten how much pain i was in before the Botox. Usual ... Read on »
well........... by Amy Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I remember when i first started having this problem.... I heard that the pain could just disappear without reason, so everyday i would wake up and go, "ok does it still hurt"? ... Read on »