CPPS

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AcronymDefinition
CPPSCertified Professional in Patient Safety
CPPSChronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (associated with prostatitis)
CPPSComisión Permanente del Pacífico Sur (Permanent Commission for the South Pacific)
CPPSCertified Professional Pet Sitter
CPPSClub Penguin Private Server (gaming)
CPPSSociety of the Precious Blood (religious order)
CPPSCenter for Personal Protection and Safety (Spokane, Washington)
CPPSCommunity Probation and Psychological Services (New Zealand)
CPPSCertified Professional Property Specialist
CPPSClose Personal Protection Specialist (bodyguard)
CPPSComputer Program Performance Specification
CPPSCritical Path Planning & Scheduling
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Anatomical basis of chronic pelvic pain syndrome: the ischial spine and pudendal nerve entrapment.
Common TCM syndrome pattern of chronic pelvic pain syndrome relates to plasma substance p and beta endorphin.
In one small retrospective study comparing the efficacy of gabapentin and pregabalin in patients with chronic pelvic pain syndrome, gabapentin was found to be significantly more effective than pregabalin at controlling pain (50).
Chronic pelvic pain syndrome: reduction of medication use after pelvic floor physical therapy with an internal myofascial trigger point wand.
Flower pollen extract was shown to improve the quality of life of patients with chronic prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome better than ibuprofen, (59) without severe side effects.
The EAU further defines Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) as "the occurrence of CPP when there is no proven infection or other obvious local pathology that may account for the pain.
Chronic prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain syndrome (inflammatory and noninflammatory) represents the vast majority (80 to 90%) of all prostatitis cases.
When pelvic pain leads to such emotional and behavioral changes, the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) calls the condition "chronic pelvic pain syndrome" and says that the "pain itself has become the disease." In other words, the pain is more of a problem than the original cause.
Research studies support the use of pelvic floor muscle therapy and acupuncture for chronic prostatitis (CP), also known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS).
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