A ganglion impar block is a type of injection that eases pain. It’s used for a variety of health problems that cause pain in the lower pelvis and groin.
We will put a needle into the area near your tailbone between your buttocks. He or she will then move it to a position just in front of the sacrum. That’s where the ganglion impar is.
Medicine to help block pain signals in the area will then be injected.
End of Procedure and Aftercare
It is common to have some pain at the injection site for a few days. Many people feel relief from their pain soon after the procedure. This relief might last a few hours, a few weeks, or longer depending on the medicine used.