Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome - Chronic Prostatitis

| Modified on May 08, 2015

Chronic Pelvic Pain Remedies
Posted by Krosmon (Los Angeles, Ca) on 11/25/2013

I have almost constant pain in the pelvic area. My physician had a sonogram done but could find nothing to cause it. I am also going to a holistic doctor who is working on it with chiropractic treatments - it gets better, but then kicks in again if I walk very much or eat sugary foods. I am 77 years old and weigh about 300 lbs., which I have weighed for about 40 years - the weight will not come off and stay off. I've been on so many diets that I had to have gallbladder surgery which I know was caused by the dieting. Other than that, I am in good health. But it is so painful to walk much and I need to move the body while I still can. Any ideas about an herbal treatment for this?

Chronic Pelvic Pain Remedies
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 11/25/2013

Krosmon, google Katie Bowman, and/or get the book Pain Free by Pete Egoscue. Both maintain that proper body alignment get's rid of pain.


Chronic Pelvic Pain Remedies
Posted by Sholanda (North Carolina) on 05/07/2015

I also suffer from chronic pelvic pain. Pain medications no longer work. It doesn't matter if it is prescription or over-the-counter. Nothing works. The pain is intense, that at times, I have to get on all fours, rock back and forth, and breathe as if I am having a baby. I am just seeing that drinking diluted apple cider vinegar with baking soda helps with the pain. I am going to try it, and pray that it works.


Chronic Pelvic Pain Remedies
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 05/08/2015

Dear Sholanda,

I hope that the Apple Cider Vinegar worked for your pain!

Castor Oil Packs or Charcoal Poultices may be of help to you.

Cayenne Pepper, internally, may be helpful, too. 1/2 teaspoon in some juice. Repeat in an hour or two. It is very spicy and I drink it with a straw. I used this once to reduce heavy bleeding during a miscarriage and was surprised to find that it helped me greatly with the pain.

I hope you find something to help you soon.

~Mama to Many~