Find Your Nerve Injury

If you are having trouble figuring out which nerve is causing the sensations you are feeling, see if you can find it here and click on it. Please let us know if this helps.

Saphenous Nerve

Sciatic Nerve

Piriformis Muscle

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous

Pudendal Nerve

Pudendal Neuralgia

Genitofemoral Nerve

Ilioinguinal + Iliohypogastric Nerves

Obturator Nerve

Iliohypogastric Nerve

Fibular Nerve




Genitofemoral Nerve


Lateral Branch Iliohypogastric Nerve


Peripheral neuropathy w foot drop thumb

Peripheral Neuropathy


Peripheral Neuropathy Hands and Feet

Dermogram of Lower Extremity Nerves


Peggy Day is working on a book to combine all these stories. This is an excerpt from Pelvis in Flames: Your Pelvic Mesh Owner’s Guide. Your input is welcome to help make Pelvis in Flames the book you need to read.

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4 responses to “Find Your Nerve Injury

  1. Had partial mesh removed,Jan.9th, still have not been released,but am having nerve pain in my rectum and vagina.I am at a loss,what nownerve block,Botox injections,I cannot live this way,I will do anything to get help.

    • You are not too far from St. Louis. There is a world expert there, Dr. Veronikis. He may be able to help you. Sadly, the partial removals set women up for future pain and ongoing problems. (See my blog post on “Permanent solution” )

  2. Has anyone found muscle relaxants or accupuncture or nerve block to help me.I am afraid.please advise

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