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Nerve block post pain from procedure

BB7352BBB7352 Posts: 1
edited 07/18/2015 - 7:43 AM in Spinal Injections
Help! I had Nerve block a month ago lower left back L5S1 for pain behind my knee and it did not help. It was a shot in the dark . But now I have weakness and pain at the site of procedure. I'm so scared he did something permanent. I'm not coping well I have 4 young kids I can't do anything with. I'm really hoping this is temporary have you heard of this happening. My doctor that did it says it makes no senses.

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  • SavageSavage United StatesPosts: 5,476
    Does sound like you have a lot going on.

    Do you have family and or friends who could help out with your children?
    Sometimes it is difficult to ask for help.
    I've learned that people are willing to do what they can, ...just most of the time they don't know how to help...so I've learned to ask for specific needs.

    I can not speak to your procedure and after effects. Others may come by who can.
    Please keep us posted on how you are doing.
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