Okay, something I have noticed that I think is really weird, and I guess I'm hoping that by talking to you all, I can be told that I am not the only one:
I've noticed that my right leg, the numb one is always very warm. It's a regular heater.
My left leg and toes can be freezing and all I have to do is put it against the right leg and it's nice and toasty.
Weird? Normal? Anyone?
Oh, and I know it's not a bloodclot. I know the nurse was curious about the pain/cramp feeling in the calf of my right leg and she freaked when I told her that the leg was warm to the touch along with the hurting. I've just come back from a Dr. ordered ultrasound to check.
I was actually proud of my pain there, I was thinking it was good news, that maybe my leg is coming back. The skin is still numb, but it's something that I can feel pain, isn't it?