Mesh Pain - What Works for You?

Jane Akre
August 4, 2017

Mesh Medical Device News Desk, August 4, 2017 ~ A few readers have called in that they find relief from mesh pain through some unusual options. Many readers want to avoid opiate use which can lead to addiction and constipation. Please let us know what works for you?


Jackie Bensinger, an acupuncturist from San Diego, here, says with one acupuncture treatment, her client with hernia mesh lost the feelings of discomfort. Bensinger thought it would take at least six sessions.


Doris says her doctor prescribed suppositories so she could resume going to the gym and walking even though she is fighting mesh pain.

Dr. Hibner prescribes an opiate Ketamine, Diazapam and Baclaofen for pain. She gets it from a compounding pharmacy and save the exorbitant retail cost. The medication comes in the form of a suppository.

She says it gives her “freedom to exercise even though she still has pain.” And it doesn’t make her sleepy like other drugs. Here is an online discussion as a treatment for interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome, as well as here.


A Florida woman used a comfrey plant she makes into an oil with coconut oil and beeswax, which she uses externally and calls a “miracle.”

Also the herb, Malva Sylvestris is boiled down and drained it with a cheesecloth. Learn more here.

You may want to consult with an herbalist before you embark on your own path with herbs!!

See and there is more here on comfrey leaves, which should also be used externally.

Understanding, all of this may not be your cup of tea. ###

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