About Me: Female, 46, Los Angeles, CA, member since Jun 2011
I have Pudendal Nueralgia since 2006-pinched nerve in pelvis. Here's my question, "As of the past 3 years, about every 3 months or so I get shaky, my eyes get crossy/shaky, legs are wobbly, words are garbled and my husband MUST get me out of where ever we are. He puts
[More] me to bed where he sits with the until i fall asleep and wake days (literally 2-3) later-still groggy and NO memory of what happened. I many times wake w/a feeling of an ever-tightening Blood Pressure Cuff from my Hips Down-it hurts so bad and feels like its crushing my bones! I always end up in the ER with large amounts of steroids pumped into me & told to go see my primary. They know about as much as the ER people do. ANYONE...Please, do you suffer of anything like this or know of anyone who does? I'm a lil freaked out. It's happened over 6 times.=(
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