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Numbness inside my vagina after a c-section? Not feeling my uterus contract? Numbness around my anus? Be caused by the c-section cut?
Maybe not: Those areas are not necessarily innervated by the surface skin nerves cut during the C/section. Those are deeper nerves that may have been impacted by the pressure of the pregnant uterus. Consult with your OB surgeon to ensure that there were no complications from the surgery involving those deeper nerves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had lis a month ago, for a fissure. Since surgery my anus still feels numb. Are nerve endings damaged by this? Is this permanent? Will it go away?
Help!had condyloma surgically removed off anus and been severly constipated now have to go but in immense pain.Is there anything can get to numb area?
Everytime i poop my feet gets numb and i feel that my anus doesn't follow my mind everytime i get poop. ?
Pooping problems : That is not normal. I recommend you see your doctir for a thorough exam right away. I wish you the very best ...Read more
My anus feels numb and when I try to contract those muscles sometimes it doesn't work. Could this be from straining? I haven't had fecal incontinence
Neurology evaluation: is warranted, kindly ask your doctor to refer you, you are reporting very specific nervous symptoms that require attention by a specialist, best wishes ...Read more
Hi, I have ghono and need to know how long i've had it. If my testicles hurt, anus itches, leg joints aches and feels numb, have i had it for >4month?
Impossible to answer: This has no correct answer. The underlying question is could you have had this infection for at least four months? And, the answer to that is absolutely. ...Read more
Female 25 yrs. Have low blood pressure and my head gets numb.Work is stressfull. Daily headaches. Recently started bleeding from anus. Vegetarian.Hlp?
Ok, there are quite: A few different symptoms here. This can't be diagnosed or treated through an on line health information site. This really does require a one on one, in person evaluation with your physician. Take care. Hope things get better for you. ...Read more