to connectVideoFlorida woman was reported to have had a epidural in the back for the four days after the birth
The new mother is in Florida, it’s experience rare complications after the birth of her first child, after she allegedly had an epidural to get lodged in her back. The doctors were finally able to open the device to remove it from the Mt, Grey, four days later.
It is simple but said to be of four days and three different hospitals in Florida, doctors were able to safely remove an epidural catheter, which was reported to be stuck in an 18-year-old new mother. According to the family, Selena Gray, has been released from the hospital and reunited with her newborn baby in the house, but it’s not out of the woods yet.
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It all started when Gray was at work and reportedly was given an epidural at Sacred Heart Hospital on the 25th of June. She gave birth to a baby to Rest for the next day, but in the early morning hours of June 28, Grey-told her Facebook followers that the doctors “do not get the epidural from my back.”
“The doctors have been on the epidural for a whole day, but could not get the epidural out of my back. They don’t have a prognosis right now, so I’ve been transported back to the Baptist, and they refuse to touch me!”
Sacred Heart Hospital of Pensacola, declined to comment on the Fox 19 and is not a direct response to a request from the FoxNews.com. A spokesperson reportedly told Yahoo Lifestyle, which is not possible to give a statement, a statement of the patient’s privacy legislation.
Epidural anesthesia is the most widely used method of pain relief during childbirth,” according to the American Pregnancy Association.
More than 50 per cent of women give birth in a hospital choose to have an epidural, which blocks pain in a specific area of the body. It is administered through a small tube, or catheter, into a space created by the needle in the right direction. The risks involved in the procedure are drops of blood, or, in very rare cases, there is a leakage of the spinal fluid. Other rare complications have resulted in permanent damage of the nerves.
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But in Gray’s case, she claimed in an interview that the epidural “looped itself into my back,” and that the employees could not remove the catheter. She claims that she was transferred to Baptist Health, UF Health Shands Hospital, where the doctors are safe to be removed but days later, she was still unable to stand or walk without assistance.
UPDATE ON Selena Gray, Please Share it,” Patricia Alvarado wrote on the 30th of June. “Selena came home yesterday, and at this point it is still unable to walk without a walker. They can’t stand up, and keep the Peace at the same time. This morning is Day 6 and it is a totally different story. It is in such agonizing pain and I could not use the walker to get up, she was up and out of the bank, and was crying from the pain…. #prayforselena. It is not possible to be good and she is very scared and upset that she can’t hardly walk, and she was in agonizing pain. Also, she is very upset that she can’t just get up and pick up the Serenity. Someone has to bring it to Rest on her.”
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As of Wednesday morning, there was still no update on Gray’s status.