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Right leg falling asleep

Renee23RRenee23 Posts: 21
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:43 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Hi, I am 4 mos out of a l4-l5 ALIF. I was kneeling the other day to see something and when I went to get up I lost my balance and twisted and sort of fell over to my right. Since then I have noticed my right leg falling asleep on me periodically. The only leg problems which were buring and twitching since my surgery have been in my left leg for which I was prescribed Neurotin. It has helped to some degree. Before I call my doc I thought I would put a post out for your comments??

Thank you
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