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Spinal Anesthesia -- Moving to Recovery (LAVH )

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Presentation: Laparascopically Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy
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If spinal anesthesia was used, your legs may still feel numb and you may not be able to move them for several hours. While you are in the recovery room, you will not be able to walk to the bathroom, so you will need to use a bedpan. Your healthcare provider can help you with this, if necessary. The feeling in your abdomen and legs will slowly return.

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