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Posted by Dhyana R. Parker on October 02, 2000 at 15:25:16:

In Reply to: Re: Nerve damage due to epidural during child birth posted by j cummings on March 25, 2000 at 01:22:10:

I would like to respond to your e-mail. I had my son 14years ago, and I had to have an emergency c-section. I was not when I had him, I was always in good shape, worked out and ran track, I was very active. The only problem was I had severe cramps during my menstrual cycle. But after having my son that stopped. I then started to have very severe pain in my left side, this has continued and I am now 33, I had my youngest son, naturally. I have had at least 8 surgerys to remove scar tissues and adhesions, and have be diagnosed with severe chronic pelvic pain. The pain is so bad that I have problems walking, keeping food down and having a normal life. I have been to a neurologist, becaus they thought I had MS, I get a sharp pain on my left side, that will numb that whole side. This problem is depressing I have doctors using me as a stick pin, one doctor said I needed to see a head shrink. I understand what you are going through and if you have any solution please let me know. I have also been having problems with my job, they are trying to make me leave on medical disability.

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