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Confusing sensations between colon and penile member?

The nervous system is a massive network of interconnecting sensory pathways.

These pathways send massive amounts of information around the body all the time.

It’s a very complicated and tricky system.

Sometimes we can experience sensations in certain parts of the body that give the impression something is going on when it’s not.

For example, most people have experienced “skin crawling” or “pins and needles”.

In some parts of the body there is a particularly dense overlap of nerve fibers.

And this can make it seem that there is pain or something else going on somewhere, when in fact the issue is somewhere else.

Australian researchers have been looking at recent research showing that many unexplained pelvic pain problems may be issues caused by “cross-wiring” of the nervous system in the bladder and the colon.

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The science review was researched at Flinders University in Australia. The paper was published in The American Journal of Physiology.

Quite a lot of people experience unexplained pelvic pain at some point in their life.

It can be quite stressful and unnerving to have such strong sensations when the doctors can’t find anything wrong.

In cases like this, many people tend to assume the doctors are missing something – something that could be serious.

“Chronic abdominal and pelvic pain are common debilitating clinical conditions experienced by millions of patients around the globe.”

But the authors of this review point out that many of these sensations likely come from other, nearby parts of the body.

These “ghost pains” of the pelvic region often originate in the intestine, colon, or bladder.

“The origin of such pain commonly arises from the intestine and bladder, which share common primary roles (the collection, storage, and expulsion of waste).”

These regions of the body are related – not only in terms of basic function but also in terms of innervation.

In other words, the significant overlapping of nerves between these nearby parts of the body means that signals can be misinterpreted at times.

“These visceral organs are located in close proximity to one another and also share common innervation from spinal afferent pathways.”

The researchers believe that conditions like IBS and IBD can lead to overlapping symptoms…

Symptoms which cause sensations in the pelvic area somewhat away from the obviously affected area.

“Chronic abdominal pain, constipation, or diarrhea are primary symptoms for patients with irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory bowel disease.”

Bladder problems also seem to be a trigger for chronic pelvic pain in many people.

“Chronic pelvic pain and urinary urgency and frequency are primary symptoms experienced by patients with lower urinary tract disorders such as interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome.”

Again, because of the massive amount of overlap in the nervous system in this part of the body…

…problems in one part of the abdomen can cause some pretty wild sensations in otherwise healthy parts of the abdomen.

“It is becoming clear that these symptoms and clinical entities do not occur in isolation, with considerable overlap in symptom profiles across patient cohorts.”

It’s something to take note of, and know that if you do have a known problem in the abdomen, this may be triggering alarming sensations elsewhere.

“Here we review recent clinical and experimental evidence documenting the existence of “cross-organ sensitization” between the colon and bladder.”

Inflammation in the colon seems to be particularly problematic in this regard.

The recent findings in this field remind me of a quote attributed to Hippocrates 2,500 years ago when he is alleged to have said that…

All disease begins in the gut.

“In such circumstances, colonic inflammation may result in profound changes to the sensory pathways innervating the bladder, resulting in severe bladder dysfunction.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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