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Question by  xhellokatiex (17)

How much pain does PNE cause?


Answer by  Kath (1537)

PNE or pudendal nerve entrapment canbe very, very painful. The pain can range from cramping and tightness, to an acid burning feeling or a feeling of your insides coming out. This is a rare disorder. Pain levels vary from patient to patient. Some people are disabled by the pain alone.


Answer by  RachelW (932)

PNE is extremely rare. The pain caused depends on the extentof the disorder and the patient - it can range from severe to merely irritating, and it will vary over the course of the disorder.


Answer by  kak (488)

Pudendal nerve entrapment (PNE) can be very painful. Some say it feels like acid burning in the pelvis,like soap in your eyes or like your insides being pulled and twisted.


Answer by  turkworker (1007)

The level of pain is subjective and varies from person to person, but some examples of pain could be stinging, cramping, tightness and hypersensitivity. The pain is usually felt on both sides of your body.

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