Almost 2 years ago I had an epidural while in labor with my daughter. I immediately felt a sharp pain down my right lower side all the way down my leg. Nevertheless I was discharged assured that I was fine. By that evening i had such a severe headache I couldn't even roll out of bed. About a week later they finally figured out the epidural punctured my spinal fluid sack. Ever since I have suffered from neck pain that radiates all the way down my right arm and is sometimes so severe that i can't use my hand at all. Before this procedure I had a previous epidural but it never caused these symptoms. I need some insight as to what could possibly be wrong. I have had X-rays, CT Scan, MRI s . and they say its nothing or its muscle spasms. Could the puncture have caused muscle spasms so severe that 2 years later I still feel this terribly. HELP I AM OUT OF OPTIONSReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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