During the myelogram, my low back & legs became spastic & rigid. I also felt as though my legs would explode. This feeling increased when the table was positioned upright (standing) and even WORSE when the table was reversed (upside down).
The study was so painful that, I was hyperventilating and sobbing uncontrollably. I was given a pain med right away. The nerves in my lower half felt 'fried'; I have a crawling sensation on my skin today with soreness at the ankles. Is this normal?
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