I was four month pregnant when i started heavy bleeding with clot that lasted for a month. I was admitted for four weeks and two unit of blood was administer to me. few weeks after i woke up in the morning and felt and heaviness on my head that i have never experience. Since then i have being having tingle, numbness and burning sensation on the scalp on my head, sometimes i experience a burning pain that lasted for second on my eyes, legs, harms or head. My neurologist is at the John Hopkins University Hospital they have done multiple MRI with contrast and CS, but they could not find anything except a small lesion, which my neurologist told me that it is nothing and many people have lesion in there head and that is not what causing my symptoms. The pain goes away for a month or more but then comes back it is very painful. The good news is that i have a very healthy baby that is now seven months old. Please help me?
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