I had to agree to sort out my problem and when he inserted the epidural, he out it in wrong and kept tapping my spine, after failing to do it proper ley he took it out and started again.
Ever since then I have had complete misery with horrendous pain, I have paralyzing in my back whereby I can't move and cry in my sleep because of the pain, my bowel and bladder has also caused problems since the operation, also the horrible feeling of nerves twitching in the feet.
From NEVER suffering back pain in the past it cannot be coincidence that I have had to suffer this since then.
I have now had a MRI scan so am waiting on the results, will post update at end of month
I had my son 2 years ago. Shortly after birth I'd have shooting pains from injection site to the back of my head. Those problems went away as it was a side affect.
But the one "side affect" that's still reoccurring is small tasks such as getting off of a flat surface (floor, examine tables, sit ups..etc) I have a pulling a pinching sensation. It feels as if there's a knot at the injection site.
Is this normal? Should this be prolonged? It's making play time and daily tasks unbearable. I did decide to go with a contraception plan after my child was born, I don't know if maybe that maybe linked to it as well.
But what I do know is that it wasn't a problem before child birth. Please help!
When I was having my epidural for my last child I kept telling the man who was administering it that it felt like he was hitting a nerve. He told me it was a bone. Which still didn't make sense. Now I had to go to the emergency room 6 months later and being diagnosis that I have sciatica due to nerve damage and have to go see a spinal surgeon. So yes it can happen on very rare occasions!
Relax and take care of yourself.