I have recently had a tonsillectomy as well as removal of the uvula. The next night, I started to experience numbness in one of my legs above the knee. I then had an allergic reaction to the antibiotic and was treated for that. My leg numbness is about the size of a softball. During the past few weeks, it has not gotten any better. Now the place is swollen and painful when touched. The pain is like a "stinging" pain, like when your foot goes to sleep and is in the process of "waking" up. It does not hurt to walk. It is only painful when touched. It is not quite as numb now, but more like I said, "waking up", but now painful. Please help!!! If anyone has any info it would be appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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