Dealing with pelvic pain.

Dealing with pelvic pain.

CookieMonster CookieMonster
Over the years I've managed to rack up quite a few bumps and bruises but because of my love of horses I've managed to rack up quite a few breaks as well.

I broke my right pelvic bone about 6 years ago and since then the movement in my right leg hasn't been the same. My doctor says this is just something that I have to live with. Not to mention I cannot take avid pain killers because of my Veterinary schooling.

So when it comes down to sex I like to be on my back during penetration with my legs extended and raised, but after a few minutes of this the right leg goes numb and later getting up from this position is extremely painful. I've tried positions standing up but I don't really find them pleasurable. I like being on my back because the spine is open and nerve ending are in all the right places.

Does anyone else have similar pain issues or general advice?
07/25/2008
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Originally posted by CookieMonster
Over the years I've managed to rack up quite a few bumps and bruises but because of my love of horses I've managed to rack up quite a few breaks as well.I broke my right pelvic bone about 6 years ago and since then the movement in my right ...
I don't have enough specific knowledge about this to know what will work best, but I'm imagining maybe a swing/sling might be good- something you can still lie in, with more freedom/other places to put your legs than a bed offers.
07/25/2008
Oggins Oggins
I agree with cock wrangler. Maybe you could try out the liberator wedge/ramp combo too. It has really good reviews although it's quite expensive but, possibly worth it in your situation. I would love to give it a try but, I just can't spare the money for it right now but, I hope to in the future!
07/25/2008
Dame Demi Dame Demi
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Originally posted by CookieMonster
Over the years I've managed to rack up quite a few bumps and bruises but because of my love of horses I've managed to rack up quite a few breaks as well.I broke my right pelvic bone about 6 years ago and since then the movement in my right ...
Have you tried one of the pleasure slings to help hold your legs up in the air? You also might try a sex swing, if you're willing to make the investment; mine is wonderful for my bad back!
07/25/2008
West Coastin' West Coastin'
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Originally posted by CookieMonster
Over the years I've managed to rack up quite a few bumps and bruises but because of my love of horses I've managed to rack up quite a few breaks as well.I broke my right pelvic bone about 6 years ago and since then the movement in my right ...
Numbness is usually due to a circulation issue or a nerve issue. Nerves usually result in more of a tingling numbness or pain where as circulation issues result in numbness like your foot went to sleep. The fact you say it is hard getting up tends to make me think it is a circulation problem. Most likely by putting this leg into that position (and as a result of previous injury) you probably are cutting off circulation. The mere fact your legs are in the air will make blood drain - and by cutting off supply, the blood that drains is not getting replished. Have you ever looked to see if you lose color in that leg? Have you tried having the problem leg to the side and the other leg up? Or have you tried differing levels of height - such as having the leg propped up on a pillow as oppose to up? We designed our bed height so that when I am standing I am perfectly aligned with my wife. We also position the bed so that she can have her knees bent slightly and can put her feet against the wall. It takes the pressure off of both of us from having to hold her legs up and it frees my hands to touch her. My wife has arthritis and finds this position less painful. Hope this helps.
07/26/2008
CookieMonster CookieMonster
I haven't tried the slings yet but I am ordering one in my next order.

I believe my numbness is due to nerves being pinched when my legs are extended and raised. Its a some what tingly feeling. But when I say my legs are raised their not raised extremely high. They are just sitting on my hubby's arms.
The color of the leg has never changed and I assume you mean go blue or something. I've tried moving to the side, not extending it, keeping the leg straight but nothing.

Our bed is also just the right height for both myself and hubby to fit together. I don't think putting my feet on the wall would help though because when I masturbate I sit in a chain with my legs touching the wall but still have the same effect.
07/26/2008
West Coastin' West Coastin'
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Originally posted by CookieMonster
I haven't tried the slings yet but I am ordering one in my next order.I believe my numbness is due to nerves being pinched when my legs are extended and raised. Its a some what tingly feeling. But when I say my legs are raised their not raised ...
Sorry this pain keeps happening for you. I don't know your situation, but have you seen a neurologist? My sister had an issue with a nerve in her elbow area, and the actually did surgery to relocate it so it wouldn't be irritated. Don't know if massage therapy or chiropractic could isolate the problem either. I wish you the best.
07/27/2008
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