pelviperineology. 2022; 41(3): 185-188 | DOI: 10.34057/PPj.2022.41.03.2022-10-1
A posterior fornix ping-pong ball may be a more sensitive diagnostic test than the speculum testLiu YI-RAN1
, Liu LU-BIN1
, Peter PETROS21
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children, Women and Childrenís Hospital of Chongqing Medical
University, Chongqing, China, 2
University of Western Australia School of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering, Perth WA, Australia
Relief of chronic pelvic pain and urgency by a speculum test is a standard part of the Integral Theory protocol for validating the pictorial algorithmís predictions for ligament causation. Supporting the posterior vaginal fornix with a ping-pong ball relieved a 51-year-old womanís deep pelvic pain and also improved her symptoms of frequent urination and night urination. A posterior fornix ping-pong ball would more directly support the uterosacral ligaments to relieve the tension on the visceral plexuses. As such it would appear to be a more direct test than the speculum test.
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YI-RAN L, LU-BIN L, PETROS P. A posterior fornix ping-pong ball may be a more sensitive diagnostic test than the speculum test. 2022; 41(3): 185-188
Corresponding Author: YI-RAN L.
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