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Tarlov cyst or Pudendal Nerve Damage

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Default Tarlov cyst or Pudendal Nerve Damage

Tarlov Cysts

Your symptoms started after an accident or a fall. OR

You feel worse when you’re sitting in a chair.

You feel worse after you stand up for a while.

You have more pain when you bend, squat, cough, or lift.

You feel better after you lie down for a while or when you first wake up.



Pudendal Nerve Damage

Your symptoms started after an accident or a fall. OR

You have regularly engaged in sports or activities that put pressure on your tailbone and perineal area. For example, you biked, lifted weights from a sitting position, or you had a job that required prolonged sitting.

You feel worse when you’re sitting in a chair.

You feel better when you stand up, lie down, or sit on a toilet seat or a cutout cushion. (Prolonged standing, however, can aggravate pain.)
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