Cancer Pain Relief

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How to Use Vaginal Dilators after Radiation Therapy

Cancer can start in the cervix, uterus, rectum, or bladder and spread to the vagina. A typical treatment is radiation therapy which kills cancer cells directly. Pelvic radiation therapy can result in radiation-induced vaginal stenosis (VS), a common side effect of radiation therapy. Your vagina can narrow or stick together due to adhesions and scarring…

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3 Physical Therapy Treatments to Relieve Pelvic Pain after Cancer

Written by Dr. Charlotte Singletary, PT, DPT   As a cancer survivor, you persevered through hardship and trauma. While that is definitely something worth celebrating, part of you may feel like something is still “off”. You may not feel like the same person you once were. You may be experiencing lingering side effects from treatment…

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