Currently I am 7 weeks postpartum.From the day I delivered my feet is burning.?
currently I am 7 weeks postpartum. From the day I delivered My feet is burning. I am not able to put blanket on my feet in night. Is it some thing related to epidural that I took during labor ? Plz can anybody tell me what is happening with me?
I would get this checked out at your next check up. Ask the maternal and child health nurse. There are comlications sometimes from epidurals. i had pins and needles and a numb leg after having one of my children for 6 months. Get it checked out. Good luck
i have a spot on one of my legs that burns too, thought it was in my head, i notice it probably 10 times per day, haven't had it checked out yet, have more important things to discuss with doc. I had a spinal not epidural though, not sure that it's really anything but our bodies readjusting. My girl is 11 weeks old now. Did yours go away?
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