Can a CSF leak reoccur 2 years after spinal headache during csection?

CSF leak. If a CSF leak is going to occur it is usually within weeks to months, if you are 2 years out while there might still be a risk it would be very low.
Very unlikely. That would be very unlikely. Other possibilities should be considered based on your current complaints.

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