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Asymmetrical thighs after 6 months

I've been suffering with spinal stenosis since February. The nerve damage goes down my right leg into my foot. The fluid appears to be pooling around my ankle bone, as that has swollen quite a bit. Additionally, my thighs and legs are now asymmetrical. There's quite a lot of shrinkage in my right leg and thigh. My thigh is also numb in front and now in back.

I was hoping some of you might have some experience with these things. Have any of you had a return of feeling to your thigh after surgery or after an exercise program?

Has anyone else experienced the change in the affected leg? The noticeable swelling of the ankle?

Thanks for any input. At this point, I'd be grateful just to hear I'm not alone with these symptoms.

Jo Leigh


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