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ESWT for Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome in Men and Women


Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome or also abbreviation of CPPS or Chronic prostatitis (CP) is a urology disorder which is a long term non bacterial infection with lower urinary tract symptoms. This affects the men about 15% prevalence from the population. CPPS should last more than 3 months persistently without infection.

The symptoms are such as discomfort pain in the pelvic region, suprapubic area, and also most common areas will be perianal region, with or without ejaculation and voiding problems.


While chronic pelvic pain in women is non cyclical persistent pain which can last more than 6 months or more. It is typically conceptualized as functional somatic pain syndrome and involves mental health disorders.

The identifiable disease could be endometriosis, painful bladder syndrome and comorbid depression.

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Effective treatment with ESWT

Chronic pelvic pain is a patient centered approach and collaborative measured with the patient. The newest non-invasive therapy available is ESWT (extracorporeal shock wave therapy), which has been showing a successful rate in treatment of CPPS. ESWT can act as antispasmodic, analgesics and antiinflammatory effect and shows an effective treatment in CPPS. 

Randomized studies have been done with 40 people and the study revealed that radial shocks are really effective and safe modality in treating CPPS cases for a short-term follow up.