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Posted by Anon on March 22, 1999 at 18:39:11:

In Reply to: Nerve damage due to epidural in surgery posted by Cessy on January 14, 1999 at 02:58:21:

: My plea for advise comes due to a surgery performed on my 6yr old granddaughter...Right before xmas she went in for a surgery to correct a situation with a bladder problem...an epidural was the anesthia used by the administrator. The surgery was a success, but due to some sort of a glitch in administering the epidural, my granddaughter has no feeling in her toes and lower foot, she suffers spasms that are very painful, and she has to wear a boot. Anger of course overcomes our family because, at this point, the doctors only offer a response of being stumped, and a wait see situation of 3 months.....is this normal? We are looking for anyone who has any input, positive or otherwise, truly because our faith in the medical community is nill....
: they did an mri, and other tests and are STUMPED>


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