This is so crazy! Amy Bright gave birth to her son back in 2003 at the Naval Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida. Which was the start of experiencing severe back pain. After her c-section she noticed the back pain and there began her 14-year ordeal.
Bright, who is now 41, says she's suffered nerve damage along with back pain. Which has made it really difficult for her to use her left leg and foot. Doctors initially diagnosed her with sciatica. But back in November of 2017 she has a CT scan which revealed the true cause of her struggles. A portion of the needle had been lodged into her spine since the day she gave birth over a decade ago! Get the full story via People here.
Woman Finds Epidural Needle in Her Spine 14 Years After Giving Birth: 'I'm Angry and Scared' https://t.co/yzDDg1Cw7n— People (@people) March 28, 2018
After giving birth to her son in 2003, Amy Bright suffered severe back pain for years. The cause? Doctors left a piece of an epidural needle in her spine. It's been there for 14 years. I got to tell Amy's story. https://t.co/TX5X1hMSQb— CiCi Adams🌸 (@CiCiAdams_) March 28, 2018