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... When the muscle gets irritated it spasms and then irritates the sciatic nerve. The nerves of the sacral plexus comes off the sacrum at different levels, and each nerve travels through or next to the muscles of the pelvis and buttocks. ... (14 replies)
... up visit, nor have they referred me on to anyone else. i guess i'm wondering if my symptoms are consistent with an si joint problem, piriformus syndrom, or with pudendal nerve entrapment, and if so, where would you recommend i go to get help... ... (14 replies)
... For about a year I have been experiening rectal pains that feel like almost like numbness and urinary incontinence. In addition to this I am having sciatica nerve pain down my right leg. ... (4 replies)

... I have piriformis syndrome but I don't know too much about pudendal nerve entrapment. ... (4 replies)
... I have some experience with both of these. Piriformis Syndrome - They thought I had this. The kind of doctor that suspected this for me was a neurologist. He then sent me to a physical therapist, but I have more to say about that later. Pudendal Nerve Entrapment - I have this, well I had this before surgery. Only a handful of doctors in the US even know what this is, so... (4 replies)
... Read up on his website, then talk to this doctor. (0 replies)
... how do I know if I have pudendal nerve entrapment? ... (0 replies)
... I have had rectal pains for a long time and no dr. can help me , and I just learned about this nerve entrapment called pudendal nerve that can cause this pain. I am new to this whole problem and very scared too. ANyone here have this problem and if so, what do you know about it? ... (14 replies)
... I have just had surgery to release my pudendal nerve and in my recovery time I thought I would let other sufferers know how it is going. I did not experience rectal pain, mine was perineal and in the labia. ... (14 replies)
... I have been going to pelvic floor p.t. This therapist said my pain may be pudendal nerve pain after having this pain for 2 years. IF you can find a pelvic floor specialist in your area you may start to get some answers to your questions. ... (4 replies)
... about 1 year now can hardly sit down, it's now painful and the temp. rise is still there. I've had an MRI and CT scan and they say all is fine. My Dr. mentioned Pudendal nerve, started reading on it and it sounds like me. Does anyone out there have a similar story. Also has anyone seen Ken Renney in Houston? ... (0 replies)
... Just wanted to add a note here after I reread this part of your problem. This ischial tuberosity pain, was also something I had for a while. Yes, the pudendal slides down around the bone here and runs back up into the groin to innervate much of the internal and external sexual organs and sphincter muscles. ... (14 replies)
... escribe some very easy manauvers to fis the SI joint. They won't kill you and they are mild enough to do even if you have some pain now. I also had the Pendendal nerve problem and just recently figured out where it is hung up and how to get it fixed. I have a long way to go because they've been 'gone' for 9 months. ... (14 replies)
... er, it feels like electricity shooting through my buttock. Before the second surgery, I had a lot of rt. S.I. Joint pain. I was going to have an injection of the pudendal nerve, but then I remembered that I had an injection of the S.I. joint months before surgery, and things got much worse. ... (0 replies)
... that it was too mild to cause that sorta pain... he said there was a large calcification on the piriformis muscle and that the sciatic nerve is getting entrapped. He said my groin pain is mechanical and from the hip and the rest of the pain is from the piriformis issue. ... (0 replies)
... I've had this pain for 21 years and thought that PT was at last the magic bullet! After my first session with "skin rolling" I was in so much pain that I just sat and cried and it took 2 Oxycodone to at least take the edge off. I think I've tried everything on the druggist shelf and nothing works! Cymbalta, Lyrica and Neurontin actually make my pain worse. I had to stop... (4 replies)
... hello, my mri results came back, and everything looked great. he said that my back looked like one of a 20yr old. because of those results, he concluded that the problem wasn't orthopedic in origin and wanted to refer me on to a neurosurgeon. i didn't get to talk to the doctor (he left all of this in a voicemail message), but i feel like unless there is some sort of unusual... (14 replies)
... by the way, are you a physical therapist? k :) (14 replies)
... thank you so much for the response... what you said makes a lot of sense. thinking back to when this all started 7 months ago, i do remember doing something that could have set off the cascade you described. and like you said, it was just about two weeks after this event that things started going awry, and the symptoms have just gotten more and more complex. right now, my... (14 replies)
... Hi SD, I am afraid that direct discussion between posters on this forum is not possible. What sort of symptoms have you been having? Pelvic pain is kinda nebulous. There are a number of issues it could be, Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction for one, Piriformis Syndrome for another, so what problems are you having? (14 replies)

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