Pudendal Neuropathy (PN)

What is Pudendal Neuropathy (PN)?

Pudendal Neuropathy is pain that develops in the nerve that carries signals to and from the genitals, anal area, and urethra, between the legs. There are slight differences in each person’s nerve branches. Typically, there are three branches of the nerve on each side of your body: (1) rectal (2) perineal and (3) clitoral/penile. PN occurs when the nerve or one of its branches becomes damaged, inflamed, or entrapped.

Pudendal DermatomesPudendal neuropathy affects nerve roots L5-S5, as shown on the dermatome chart above.

Common Symptoms

  • Burning
  • Numbness
  • Increased sensitivity
  • Shocking or stabbing feeling
  • Feeling of lumpiness or imbedded foreign body
  • Fluctuation in body temperature
  • Constipation
  • Pain
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