Discussion in 'Support Subforum' started by magicbob, Mar 6, 2021.
I am very happy to hear you lead a normal life now and so sorry you had to go through this.
Oh thank you so much! I was very lucky to have had the surgery. If I had lived in another century it would have been catastrophic (I probably would have died tbh lol...women died a lot in childbirth). I do think you situation is very much reversible . I don't purport to know anything about the prostate at all, but I think using this approach can take you very far into normalcy.
I see you have gratitude. Me too. I am still very grateful for what I have.
Yes, very much so!! I wrote a long letter to the surgeon thanking him.
@miffybunny, the muscles should still be able to relax and go back to normal length/position once the emotional tension is resolved, correct?
For some reason I have this thought that maybe after such a long time for a muscle to be in constant spasm, the muscles actually forgot how to relax and work properly anymore. It is just a nonsense fear thought, right?
Thanks in advance!
Yep, you got it!
Are you confirming once TMS solves the problem, the muscles will be able to relax and go back to normal? Are you a doctor? I ask because I never thought about this, so now I have one new worry :-(
The body always goes back to its default state of normal. The muscles won't stay tensed permanently. We aren't designed that way. The mind first, and the body follows suit. Lose the inner (emotional) tension, lose the body tension.
No I'm not a doc but I got rid of my pelvic spasms by relaxing. Same for any kind of spasm.
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