What is abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome?

Pinched nerve. I think you are referring to the lateral cutaneous femoral nerve syndrome. This is a situation where a nerve branch gets entrapped and can lead to numbness and sometimes pain in the anterior thigh.

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What is any personal experience with nerve entrapment syndrome like?

Personal. Everyone's response to pain is very individual.I have very stoic pts & very sensitive ones.The real question is what can be done to get rid of the nerve entrapment?A good history & phys. incl osteopathic hands-on exam may provide some answers.Care may include surgery or meds (standard treatments), manipulation, or a newer, highly effective but little known treatment called Neuroprolotherapy. Read more...