I've been meaning to write this post for a while. Quite a while.
You see, after Morty and Ferdie were born... wait, I need to back up a little further.
As you may recall, when I was in labor with the twins, (all. day. long.), I had to stay on my left side. Once the drugs wore off and I could use my legs, I noticed that a large area of my left thigh was all tingly-numb, like it was still asleep. I had full use of it, but the surface was not normal.
I asked the anesthesiologist about it, and he had two theories: either more of the epidural drug had settled into that leg (since I was on my left side all day), or a nerve had been pinched during delivery. Either way, he said, I should get the feeling back within a couple days. The longest he had heard of was 3 months, but that was unlikely.
People, I still don't have normal feeling in my left thigh.
The area is smaller, and certainly closer to normal, but we're talking about a patch the size of my (fairly large) hand that is still tingly-numb to touch. It doesn't affect my life, or the use of my leg, but it's just not right.
Should I write to the anesthesiologists and let them know, just for future reference?