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Pelvic Pain - Healed

Discussion in 'Success Stories Subforum' started by ezer, Jun 23, 2015.

  1. chriss03

    chriss03 New Member

    Hi Ezer
    Thank you for your inspiring posts. I have CPPS for about 9 years and after experience of Several symptoms, I suppose your cognition from CPPS,TMS and PNE ,... is correct.
    I have a question. Don't you think that some part of other therapies such as BTX Injection, physical therapies, .... you had was essential and complementary with TMS approach or Emotional work?
    I want to know that for TMS we should follow just emotional work approach or other therapies like BTX,PT, ... to be Considerred as complementary approach?
    Thank You in advance
    Chriss
     
    Last edited: Dec 28, 2018
  2. ezer

    ezer Well known member

    Whatever works. If some modalities help you then the more power to you.

    In my case, those therapies were useless (In addition I had a terrible allergic reaction to BTX). I did that stuff circa 2004 and stopped for lack of results.

    But in any case, there is simply no possible correlation between PT/BTX/nerve blocks etc. that I did between 2004-2006 and becoming asymptomatic in 2014 with TMS work.
     
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2019
  3. chriss03

    chriss03 New Member

    Thanks for your reply Ezer,
    I'm an engineer like you, and as project manager I see myself under tones of job pressure, and these pressures don't allow me to release myself from the types of job pressures. Most of the times tolerating of pressures is too hard for me and exacerbate the pains and other symptoms. On the other hand leaving job is fearing for me because I have to loose my situation and of course I need job income. As I read your posts it seems you had a similar situation and you also left your work too. My question is ;
    1- Do you think that job resigning is a key solution to release from the pressures or vice versa based on some ideas I should change my view points about the job chalenges?
    2- What's your recommendations or guides for me to manage the life and work stresses which made symptoms chronic?
    Thank You Engineer :)
    Chriss
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2019

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