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... I had femoral nerve damage after having a lumbar fusion where they went through the side the hip muscle. ... (3 replies)
... I have femoral nerve damage due to a pelvic osteotomy in 1984. ... (3 replies)
... You seem to know a lot about femoral nerve damage. I wonder if you could share any info with me. ... (8 replies)

... So here's an update of what ended up happening .. I finally got told that the femoral nerve damage was due to the tourniquet used in my surgery. All I can do now is go to physical therapy..I can't drive, go to school (I was in nursing school and had to drop out seeing as I was into my hospital clinicals and can't be depended on as my leg spontaneously can give out :( )... (8 replies)
... due to their error" sounds good eh.. Just wanted to mention that EMG can tell you a bit more than just "femoral nerve damage". ... (8 replies)
... uled for December 18th. The whole point of going to this place is to find out exactly what is wrong with the nerve, why, etc. The EMG can only tell that there is femoral nerve damage. ... (8 replies)
... The answer will depend on where and in what way the femoral nerve was damaged (disease, trauma, entrapment, etc.). Hopefully your doc can sort it out. Then he can give you some sort of prognosis. Good Luck... (8 replies)
... pushing forward hoping to enjoy some of my summer. Well it turns out the reason I was never progressing and my muscles never strengthened is because I have right femoral nerve damage. I am looking for someone who has had any type of experience with this type of nerve damage ... ... (8 replies)
... I am not a physician but would definitely like to hear from those who have or had femoral nerve damage. ... (9 replies)
... My brother found me on my bed w my leg hanging over the side so the doctors say I stretched my femoral nerve. I'm guessing I might have been that way up to 6 or so hours but not sure. Was released from physical therapy a couple of weeks ago. ... (5 replies)
... your nerves have to heal first, before you can begin therapy to restore some of atrophied muscle (5 replies)
... If anyone knows a doctor in the Dallas/Fort Worth area that does surgery on this type of femoral nerve/lumbosacral radiculopathy injury please let me know (5 replies)
... I have been diagnosed w femoral neuropathy of my right leg. ... (5 replies)
... I have femoral nerve damage pain from hip revision surgery. ... (4 replies)
... l with the pain and the thought of having to stay on them long term scares me. I can't stop thinking what it could be doing to my liver and kidneys. I did have a nerve conduction study 3 weeks after the surgery and it showed denervation of the vastus medialis,hip adductors,illopsoas and facia latae. ... (3 replies)
... Have you had a nerve conduction study? ... (3 replies)
... Unfortunately, tourniquet palsies are not uncommon but unusual in the femoral nerve, not that knowing that helps. Have they checked for scarring around the nerve which might be interfering with regrowth? ... (8 replies)
... back and are now worse than before. My surgery was vidoe taped and reviewed by both the neurologist and urologist, who state that the obturator and genitofemoral nerve were isolated and visualized to the side of the hitch and not entrapped as originally suspected. ... (9 replies)
... If the MRI really doesn't show any bulge or herniation, this sounds like you have a nerve entrapment, stretch at the nerve root or compression going on with the Fem. nerve. With the ROM of the legs, at the hip, the injury would seem to be at that level or at the nerve root. ... (9 replies)
... Has anyone had nerve damage after total hip surgery? ... (1 replies)


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