Overcoming The Hands And Feet Feel Stiff, Numb, Pain And Tingling After A Cesarean Section?
I have been unable to walk and move my hands for a month, stiff numbness and tingling pain. According to the examination due to drug overdose after SC so that blood clots, clots, and circulation is blocked until exposed to nerves. How to overcome it? Just being touched like shock and extreme pain …
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Your complaint is really a symptom of a neurological disorder that is innervating. Where there are disturbances in the sensory nervous system (which is associated with a tingling sensation) and motor (which is associated with movement). What about your BAB and BAK? Are there any complaints?
Your condition can be caused by pregnancy, anesthesia risk and diseases that are not related to pregnancy and childbirth, such as disorders of the spinal cord (pinched nerves, tumors, spinal cord infections, etc.) or strokes.
You should immediately consult a neurologist and obstetrician who helps with childbirth. So that further inspection can be done. Remembering your complaint, this has been going on for a long time since labor has occurred. The doctor will do a nerve examination. If necessary it will be followed by brain and spinal cord examination through CT scan, MRI, EEG, EMG etc.
Some things you can do to alleviate perceived complaints, namely:
1. Consumption of painkillers that doctors have given before.
2. Compress the affected part of the ice.
3. Elevate the foot from the position of the heart at rest by using a pillow.
Thus hopefully useful.