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    Epidural Nerve Block and MS
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    An_252779 posted:
    Hi
    I have MS and Rheumatoid Arthritis and also Fibromyalgia. I had an epidural nerve block today and have a very fuzzy head since then. Is this normal or could it be to do with my MS as the Doctor said there was a slight chance it could cause a relapse of my R & R MS. I would appreciate any advice Thanks!
     
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    hackwriter responded:
    Hello,

    If your fuzzy-headedness persists for more than 48 hours, you should call your doctor. Our MS nerves are very excitable, so I suppose it's possible that your body is rebelling a bit from the invasive nature of a nerve block procedure.

    Kim


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