Neurogenic Intrapelvic Syndrome Quiz

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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is neurogenic intrapelvic syndrome?

A group of conditions which cause chronic pain in the anus and pelvis as well as symptoms related to parring urine or stool. The cause is often not known. It is also called functional anorectal disorders.

Symptoms of neurogenic intrapelvic syndrome

  • Pain over the anus

  • Feeling unable to completely empty the bowels, despite trying

  • Low back pain

  • Stomach feels bloated

  • Abdominal pain

  • Accidentally passed motion or leaked stool

Questions your doctor may ask to check for neurogenic intrapelvic syndrome

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose neurogenic intrapelvic syndrome

  • Do you have anal pain?

  • Do you feel like you have not completely emptied your bowels?

  • Do you have pain in the lumbar back?

  • Do you feel that your abdomen (stomach) is bloated or has a lot of gas?

  • Do you have abdominal pain (stomach ache)?

Treatment for neurogenic intrapelvic syndrome

Altering behavior patterns or changing medications may help to improve stool habits. Further investigation is usually done to ensure there are no other serious conditions. The doctor may prescribe medications for pain or the nerves.

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