Pelvic Pain and Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Terry Wahls

Chronic Pelvic Pain and Autoimmunity… Is there a connection?

In my practice, many of my patients who struggle with chronic pelvic pain also have autoimmune conditions.  Even those who don’t have clear autoimmune diagnoses, often have autoimmune issues – such as intestinal barrier inflammation, food sensitivities, immune hyper-responsiveness, and chronic inflammation.

In this interview with Dr. Terry Wahls, we discussed her approach to reversing autoimmune disease, and the connections between autoimmunity and chronic pelvic pain.



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3 thoughts on “Pelvic Pain and Autoimmune Disease with Dr. Terry Wahls

  1. Margie Clifford says:

    I have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. My physical therapist highly recommended Dr Drummond to recommend a nutritional diet that may help POTS or perhaps you can recommend a nutritionist. Thank you

  2. Aspen Carter says:

    I have horrible pelvic pain. I have neurological Lyme disease, all over body pain, and have been urinary incontinent since an incident in 2012. It will be a major life-saver when it resolves. I will be thankful and am because of the glimpses of improvement I see in other areas. I am also thankful I have my good husband’s support.

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