Anyone ever have footdrop?

Yes. Foot drop is a neurological problem or a a pathology of the posterior tibial tendon in the foot that requires a medical evaluation by making an appointment with a podiatrist. Mark reed, dpm diplomat of the american board of podiatric surgery website: http://www.Footpain.Org.
I have! From a herniated disc in my lower back. But there are other causes of foot drop, and not all cases are so obvious. In mild cases, you just can't walk on your heels; your foot "drops." in severe cases, you can't raise it up. The most important thing to consider in foot drop is the cause. Only when the cause is diagnosed can it be treated effectively.

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Anyone ever have footdrop fixed?

Tendon transfers. Tendon transfer surgeries are an option to restore dorsiflexion in appropriate patients who are not tolerating brace wear. This can provide a very good outcome. Discuss options with an orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist. Read more...
Yes. Foot drop can be treated with exercise and strengthening the muscles. Also, an afo splint can assist in lifting the foot. Surgery can be done, but is much less common to perform for this problem than conservative care. Read more...

Anyone ever have footdrop after delivery?

Yes. That can happen from excessive pressure on outside of the leg, compressing one of the nerves to the foot. This can be from the lateral leg resting on stirrups or even from the pressure of your own hands holding your leg while pushing. Most nerve injuries resolve on their own, but you should ask your OB to refer you to a neurologist for evaluation and perhaps physical therapy. Read more...
Yes. Postpartum foot drop is caused by damage to the lumbosacral nerve trunk or, less frequently, the common peroneal nerve. Read more...