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.

Pudendal Nerve

Pudendal Nerve


Obturator Nerve

Lat. Femoral Cutaneous


Sciatica Nerve

Saphenous Nerve

Piriformis Muscle

1 Genitofemoral Pain

Genitofemoral Nerve

Fibular nerve injury

Fibular Nerve

2 ilioinguinal iliohypogastric


lat. branch iliohypogastric

Lat. branch iliohypogastric

Peripheral neuropathy w foot drop thumb

Peripheral Neuropathy


Peripheral Neuropathy

13 responses to “FIND YOUR NERVE

  1. My pain has always traveled up the back right where you bend and had every one at UCLA trying to explain not in the back but the groin but I could not imigine this pain in your groin area so pain does show in other places and yes have had what I thought all mesh taken out by Dr Raz at UCLA and yet twice was told, even the last one, where I could have died but didn’t but would never go back to him again just because he quotes every where you can no heal till you get that mesh out and yes originally I had erosions and severe problems noted but was so upset when requested all medical info since the way things happened the second one with a Hematoma being split open in the Recovery Room with all the blue hats and masks still on and all of them around my feet holding me down in order to cut this open while this whole time I now know what it might be like surrounded on the way out of life. But the shock to know I still have this mesh in me is sick and I have permant pain now that will never go away as total damage and try living like this as you really have no ideal how you will be till you wake up each day and believe me very few good days ever. Why the lie and why the abuse when questioned some issues after coming home. I need now to get this out if possible as it has gotten so bad pain wise and going to people who will not even say the word and do not treat this issue period. It is pure HELL

  2. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Your website is a wealth of information. Bless you and your efforts to help us through this nightmare.

    • Thank you, Jose for your words of encouragement. It is my hope that nobody will every have to suffer pelvic mesh injury and pain alone and, in an ideal world, pelvic mesh goes to the same place the dalkon shield went (gone).

  3. My right foot started burning after I pulled bladder and rectal sling. Now the pain is going up, not down. Immediately told radiculopathy. This was an issues years ago; started up and especially bad when I’m lying on area of tailbone and recutm.

    • Yes, the nerves to your feel have to travel through your pelvis. When your pelvis is disturbed, those types of nerve damage are common. So sorry you are dealing with so much.

  4. I can identity with all but one of these areas of pain since having two types of mesh removed. Pain increases weekly, mobility decreases. This I will take to next doctor appointments to help explain where the pain is located. Maybe this will help them understand!

    Thank you!

    • I hope it helps and I hope your pain will begin to decrease and you’ll be getting around better soon. Keep in touch. Peggy

  5. Sandra segarra

    I under stand what you mean I have had any surgerys doctors lie about my situation I have a bladder sling an I in hell every day lord help us all !

    • I am so sorry about your pain. I hope you can have it removed soon. It is never ideal and most likely your body will not return to where it was before the implant, but it helps most people. Sending hopes for a better day. Peggy

  6. I need a doctor in Austin, Tx who will take medicaid and help me with transvaginal mesh problems. Worse prolapse, peripheral neuropathy, pain.
    Please help.

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