This case involves a woman who developed neuroma formations at the site of a previous cesarean section scar. The patient complained of intractable pain after surgery and her doctors recommended a resection procedure to relieve the pain. The surgeon identified an iliofemoral neuroma but chose not to resect the mass. Instead, he decided to bury it beneath the scar tissue. The patient now suffers from increased pain that was recently diagnosed by a pain management specialist as complex regional pain syndrome.