What Is The Danger Of An Injection Site For Numb Labor?
hello, a month ago I gave birth normally, when it was injected in the thigh to stimulate the outer ari2, but the syringe felt numb, was it dangerous? Is there a way to recover it? thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain, itching, heat, cold, touch and vibration can we feel because there is a role of nerves. Initially, the stimulus becomes the skin, and stimulates the nerve endings that are behind the skin to be interpreted as various sensations. When a person is operated on, anesthetic injection is usually given in order to inhibit the performance of nerves to interpret sensations, especially pain.
In your case, the injection in the thigh to stimulate the placenta should not have a thick and numb effect, especially for up to a month. Except, when the injection is done, there is a nerve that you are affected to injury. This must be ensured first with your doctor checking yourself to a neurologist, and then if so, therapy may be carried out such as warming the area to restore nerve function. Other possibilities can occur, such as inflammation, viral infections, etc., but all of them lead to nerve disorders.
Meanwhile, you can try to warm the area yourself with warm compresses, and multiply the consumption of foods that contain vitamin B, such as salmon, eggs, milk, and cereals. So, hopefully answering your question.