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First ECT session
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An_250123 posted:
After my first ect treatment ... CouLd hardly walk due to lower leg calf stiffness and pain....has anyone experienced this........the depression is much less ....but calfs hurt ....I'll tell the MD tomorrow ,,maybe he can change the amount of suxanealcolin.
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beautifulbuffalo responded:
I've had over 50 ECT treatments and never calf pain. Short term memory loss. If you can stick it out the ect's will work for you. Good Luck
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An_250164 responded:
I had the same thing happen to my right rotator cuff. Was told I had a super sustained seizure. Guess my shoulder was not as paralyzed as they thought. Cortisone shot helped. Perhaps some ultrasound will help your calves


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