No I don't but i have been told by a orthopaedic surgeon that her case is severe, she has an appointment to see a surgeon in cork at the end of may, when she went for her last check up at the age of 9 the surgeon told me she would need surgery to fix her legs unless her hips rotated out at puberty, this has not happend and she is now at puberty
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is it common to use an epidural as pain relief after surgery i read this on the internet last night and just want to know if it's true and what level of pain will she be in post op? will they put her under general anesthetic or epidural for the surgery itself? which is the usual option, do you know roughly the sucess rate of this procedure?
It is most likely it would be general anesthesia.No an epidural is not all that commonly needed after surgery.she will get pain medications to keep pain at bay, which is probably the main reason to stay in the hospital for a day or so....from morphine pump to other methods.She will be pretty much pain free by the time she leaves, or after the first day.
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