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    I got the "Ending Female Pain" book yesterday and I only did a few of the basic yoga poses (no internal work yet) but today I am REALLY sore. Not my legs or my back but my stomach and what feels like the muscles around my bladder, and also my vulva ?muscles?. None of the positions hurt while I was doing them, in fact, they actually felt good. But now I'm worried. Will this go away? It feels kind of like a flare but I know it's more muscular and it's been making it difficult to pee all day. I know I'm really in bad shape as far as muscles go (I have none) and I've been pretty much in bed since last October. Do you think it's just due to that?

    Did or has anyone else had this problem? I'm not sure what to do or what to think of this.
    Katie-46 yr old female dx'd with IC after 15 years of symptoms off and on long term antibiotic use, GERD,IBS and now IC diet, gallbladder removed, endometrial ablation w/tubes tied
    Lexapro-20 mg
    Aciphex
    Ambien-as needed
    Percocet-7.5 up to 3 per day as needed
    Valium-10 mg x2 per day
    Phenergan-1 at night
    Prelief w/everything
    Now recovering from acute pancreatitis

    Currents treatments that help somewhat:
    Heating pad
    Hot baths
    Ice
    Being VERY still while lying down with legs elevated

  • #2
    Hey Katie,
    Got your message just haven't had time to reply. I didn't have problems with the yoga but I certainly can't do the pilates, that one made me hurt the next day. I would say it is a good thing because you now know the moves are hitting the right spots. Take time off to let the soreness go away and next time don't hold the poses as long and maybe not "push" the stretch as much. Take at least one or two days in between sessions, but those are very basic poses and will help you. You will just need some time to get used to them. Be sure to read the other parts of the book about tips to help.

    I emailed them once because I didn't know where to buy one of the foam rollers and they emailed me back promptly with an online place to order from. YOu might try emailing them at her NY location and see what happens.

    Keep going with the other excercises and tips.

    I am still going to send you a pm because I was going to talk about another part of the book but not here! lol TMI to share!!

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    • #3
      It's not unusual to feel soreness after exercise. Since it's been a while, you might want to start out at just five to ten minutes, gradually increasing the time.

      You should feel better in a day or so.


      Donna
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      • #4
        Thank you for the reassurance!!

        I finally started to get a glimpse of feeling better, I do 15 min of basic yoga moves and I've spent the day thinking I "broke something in there"!
        I went back and looked because I knew I had read in the beginning that it may hurt more before it gets better. And sure enough, it DOES!!!

        I'm just going to take a couple of days off and get everything at least back to where it was and then pick it back up again, slowly!!!!

        Thanks again!!!
        Katie-46 yr old female dx'd with IC after 15 years of symptoms off and on long term antibiotic use, GERD,IBS and now IC diet, gallbladder removed, endometrial ablation w/tubes tied
        Lexapro-20 mg
        Aciphex
        Ambien-as needed
        Percocet-7.5 up to 3 per day as needed
        Valium-10 mg x2 per day
        Phenergan-1 at night
        Prelief w/everything
        Now recovering from acute pancreatitis

        Currents treatments that help somewhat:
        Heating pad
        Hot baths
        Ice
        Being VERY still while lying down with legs elevated

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