Monday, July 9, 2012

In Which I Am Vindicated

I'm not crazy!
The lumbar plexus, a network of intersecting nerves and vessels, runs through the layers of the psoas muscle, so when the psoas is tight it can affect the pelvic floor, legs, low back, spine, abdomen, internal organs, it can even cause ovulation discomfort and nerve pain that runs down into the knee. The ovaries which can double in size during ovulation sit very close to the psoas especially when the uterus is tipped back and the psoas is already tight, this can affect the genitofemoral nerve causing pain in the thigh.
I knew these were related - I just didn't know how!!!  Excellent.  Back to the Constructive Rest Position.

1 comment:

felicitouschick said...

You're so smart! Love that you figured part of that out--satisfying. :)

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