The term perineal pain can be defined as a localized pain in the genitalia and the pelvic floor, which can be caused both by the perineal musculotendinous unit and organs in the pelvic.

The pain is typically felt in the perineal region with possible radiation to the inguinal, lumbar, genital, sacrococcygeal and suprapubic levels.

The intensity and frequency of algic symptoms can vary from case to case; the pain can either be associated with specific symptoms affecting the urogenital and/or digestive apparatus as well as the central or peripheral nervous system, or the only clinical manifestation…Download document





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