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Proctalgia Fugax Relief

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  • Posted By: SWCharles
  • July 21, 2009
  • 04:23 PM

I’ve been having 4 or 5 episodes a year of Proctalgia Fugax for years. My symptoms are exactly like those described in Wikipedia. I think anyone having these attacks should check with their doctor as I did, but the great news is, there is new information on the cause of Proctalgia Fugax and a recommended self-administered treatment that works wonderfully on me to immediately relieves the pain without the use of any drugs. See http://proctalgia-fugax-cause-and-relief.info for all the details. It’s great!

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  • Symptoms of Proctalgia fugax can be relieved quickly and without cost by applying heat to the area -- heating pad or hot water bottle. No need to pay anybody for a remedy. Just have a heating pad ready for the next attack, or fill a sock with rice, secure the end and microwave in small increments until warm (check to make sure it's not too hot). Relief within one minute.
    watergirl1 2 Replies
    • February 19, 2010
    • 07:42 PM
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  • I have found that liquid acetaminophen works very quickly…if taken as soon as the pain begins.
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