Cyclists Syndrome

(redirected from Cyclists’ Numbness)
A specific form of pudendal nerve entrapment related to prolonged bicycling with an incorrectly positioned or shaped bicycle seat, resulting in prickling, stabbing, burning, numbness, and the sense of a foreign object in the urethra, vagina, or rectum, which may be accompanied by sexual dysfunction, impotence, anal and urinary incontinence