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Posted by Ann Marie on November 01, 2000 at 08:06:02:

In Reply to: Re: Nerve damage due to epidural during child birth posted by lori on October 21, 2000 at 14:57:57:


: : : : I have had 2 epidurals this year and just
began to question whether or not they could have
anything to do with the leg cramping and spasms I
have been experiencing. I have a curve in my
spine and each time I had the epidural it went
straight to my left leg and it took that leg
longer to recover both times. It is my left leg
that is giving me the trouble. I do have a little
weakness in my left arm and hand as well. I've
been very concerned about this. Do you have any
help or answers at this time?

My daughter had an epidural,on 10/02/00.She was
stuck 5 times.The feeling in her left side never
came back.Her left leg and foot is numb,and has been diagnosed with drop-foot.She walked into
the hospital and came out with a walker.She can
not even carry her baby,or run after her other
3 year old child.No one can tell me or anyother
person who had an epidural,that this procedure
isnot dangerous!


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