This section contains one article, covering the pudendal nerve.

The pudendal nerve is a major pelvic nerve which originates from the S2-S4 roots. It provides sensory supply to the external genitalia and skin around the perineum and anus. It also provides motor supply to several pelvic floor muscles, and the two urethral sphincters.

In this section, learn more about the course of the pudendal nerve, and its sensory, motor and autonomic functions.

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