Can Hemorrohoids cause Pudendal Nerve entrapment?

Not likely. There are several anatomical planes between the two structures.

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Can my obturator canal hernia cause pudendal nerve entrapment symptoms? Are they close together/ can I talk about this nerve with my general surgeon?

Yes and yes. Yes actually pudendal nerve entrapment will be the only symptoms for this kind of a hernia . A rare hernia but it exists and if I am your surgeon I will be very thankful to discuss it and to bring it to my attention because it is rare. Read more...

What are the symptoms of pudendal nerve entrapment and what specialist is best to see for this problem?

Pudendal nerve. Pudendal nerve entrapment may cause pain on sitting, urinary and/or fecal incontinence. In males it may cause penile numbness or scrotum. A neurologist or neurosurgeon would be best to evaluate and advise such patients. Read more...
Burning/Pain. Not many physicians in the US specialize in this. Here are some resources http://www.surgicalhospital.com/services/procedures/pudendal_nerve_release.shtml www.pelvicpain.org http://www.oswego.edu/~msheppar/isc325/spuninfo/physician.html www.pudendalhope.inf0. Read more...

Have you heard of pudendal nerve entrapment?

Yes . Pudendal nerve entrapment is an uncommon problem caused by compression of the pudendal nerve which is usually worsened with sitting. Symptoms can include pain, numbness, and incontinence. I recommend you see a neurologist or neurosurgeon with expertise in this problem to discuss treatment options. Read more...
Yes. Not many physicians in the country treat this condition. In NJ we have a nice consortium. Here are some resources: www.pelvicpain.org http://www.oswego.edu http://www.advancedreconstruction.com. Read more...

What non-surgical, non-invasive procedures exists to treat pudendal nerve entrapment?

Few. Pelvic Physical therapy, medications, acupuncture, chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation, topical compounded medications, anti-inflammatories, percuteanous tibial nerve stimulation, stretching, hyperbaric oxygen treatment, integrative medicine, homeopathy, massage. However if the above don't help there is also nerve blocks and or surgical release. Resource: http://www.advancedreconstruction.com/meet-the-doctors/dr-elkwood-md/ Read more...

I think I have pudendal nerve entrapment. Can I still run? It is very painful after but all doctors just tell me I can...

Recommendations. Would get this addressed first, and start working with a physical therapist who has DOCUMENTED training in area of Pelvic Floor Therapy. Get involved in a rehabiitation program, and do NOT try to heal on your own. Also, find a doctor who understands your issues, such as a well trained urologist. Read more...