Hi everyone So I continue moving on with ups and downs since accepting tms and stopping physical modalities. The tms route has proved more improvememt than any of the physical stuff I've tried all year. But Im still struggling. I had this many years back but it just got better after a couple years. It was maybe 90-95% improved probably. I'm not sure. All I know is it improved to ehere I didn't think about it much and I lived life as i wanted most all the time. But then last summer 2015 it returned after a stressful many months. Biggest of it was dealing with a terminally Ill alcoholic brother in a coma. I ended up taking care of him with no help from his grown kids. Nothing physical occurred at the time to my body, but I felt overwhelmed taking care of him, and my mom, and my kids. My brother is now living in a nursing home. There is a court order for protective placement and he needs to be there but he wants to get his own place. He's not as sick as he was but he's still incompetent with brain damage From the coma and alcoholism. He's been verbally abusive the whole time to my mom and some to me. I turned over guardianship in April because I felt too stressed out and it was hurting g my job from the time I put in for his needs. I thought that would cure me but it didn't. Years ago I've made the connection that this pelvic pain started shortly after my husband got a vasectomy. It made me sad and i guess angry at him because I didn't want him to do it. I wanted more kids. But that was many years ago And i felt I healed quite a bit and moved on From that because of the pain improved and had gone away quite a bit. Now it returned. In physical therapy a few months ago, the pt said I had a lot of tight episotimies scar tissue possibly causing pain. That area is a big part of the pain. But I had the last kid 14 years ago. Could scar tissue from years ago really cause this pain? The pain Comes and goes even throughout day and I definitely have better days. Plus it wasn't there for several years. The first occurrence of pelvic pain was when the youngest was 3. It can't be the scar tissue, can it??? After pt work, she even said it was much better, and scar tissue felt broken up. But the psin wasn't. So my question is cam scar tissue cause tms psin, or is it not even related to the scar tissue to begin with?