For Health Practitioners

How to take Amitriptyline

Amitriptyline is one of the most useful medications for managing pelvic pain because it helps several different symptoms at once. It doesn’t suit everyone, but if you are someone with pain on most days it often improves pain.

How to take Pregabalin or Gabapentin

Pregabalin and Gabapentin come from a family of medications called ‘anti-convulsants’. These medications affect how nerves send pain signals.

How to use Capsaicin Cream for Vulvodynia

Capsaicin is a natural extract from chilli peppers. It is the part of the chili that gives the burning feeling in your mouth. So why would you put it on such a sensitive area as your vulva?

How to Use Diazepam Suppositories for Pelvic Muscle Spasm

If you have pelvic pain, it’s quite possible that you sometimes have flares of pelvic muscle spasm. A diazepam suppository is a small white, waxy, bullet-shaped pellet that can be inserted in either the vagina or the bowel. It can help relax the muscles and settle the spasm.