Leg Spasms Are Often Accompanied By A Tingling Sensation And Pain After Spinal Surgery?
Night .. My mother often cried and continued to be sorry I asked again r n. The heat from the heat of the thighs r n. The feet are like sand / small stones, is that fair ?? r n.if the night is crampy spasms on his legs? please enlighten again r n.thanks r n.
Hello, Thank you for the question.
What is the cause of your mother undergoing spinal surgery, is it due to an injury such as an accident or because of a pinched nerve or because of other conditions? Had this surgery done before the neurosurgeon had explained to your mother and family about the severity of the condition? Then, exactly what surgery did your mother undergo?
In the spine there are spinal cord ducts through which the spinal nerves pass. The spinal cord functions to send signals from the brain throughout the body and vice versa. This nerve has motor functions (function of motion) and sensory (sensation of sensation in the body). If your mother has a condition in the spine or has an injury / accident, then this can cause damage to the spinal nerves. As a result, your mother may experience motor function disorders such as weakness or paralysis of limbs or sensory function disorders such as numbness, tingling, heat, or other additional sensations; like what your mother is still experiencing. Surgery on the spine does not repair damage that has occurred to the spinal cord. These surgeries generally improve the position of the bones so as not to cause further irritation or damage to the spinal nerves. Thus, even though the spinal surgery has been done usually the patient can still experience symptoms due to injury or damage to the spinal nerves.
The most appropriate step that your mother can take now is to re-consult with a neurosurgeon who has handled your mother before because the doctor has examined your mother and understands your mother's condition. The doctor will re-examine your mother before determining further treatment.
Please read the following article: Spinal cord injury
Hopefully this information is useful.