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The antinociceptive effects of spinal cyclooxygenase inhibitors on uterine cervical distension.
Chronic estrogen sensitizes a subset of mechanosensitive afferents innervating the uterine cervix.
Uterine cervical afferents in thoracolumbar dorsal root ganglia express transient receptor potential vanilloid type 1 channel and calcitonin gene-related peptide, but not P2X3 receptor and somatostatin.
Estrogen amplifies pain responses to uterine cervical distension in rats by altering transient receptor potential-1 function.
Pregnancy increases excitability of mechanosensitive afferents innervating the uterine cervix.
Effect of kappa opioid agonists on visceral nociception induced by uterine cervical distension in rats.
Pharmacology of opioid inhibition to noxious uterine cervical distension.
Intrathecal morphine reduces the visceromotor response to acute uterine cervical distension in an estrogen-independent manner.
Systemic, but not intrathecal ketorolac is antinociceptive to uterine cervical distension in rats.