[post_page_title]Doctors can’t help[/post_page_title]
Three months later, Shahaf was still feeling awful. She had no choice but to start seeing doctors again, and went to a neurologist who sent her to do an EMG, which checks muscles by stimulating them with electric pulses.
She couldn’t even feel the pulses, but somehow the test came back clean. Six months after giving birth, she’d had enough and went to the ER. “I wanted to be tested thoroughly and properly for once, so I could know what was wrong,” she said. The tests all came back clean.
[post_page_title]A fateful meeting[/post_page_title]
Since no one could figure out what was wrong with her, eventually Shahaf and her family went back to their normal lives. Fate, however, once again came calling.
A client came into her studio one day, and noticed her self-described “duck waddle.” She asked about it, and Shahaf replied it was epidural in her legs. The client said it couldn’t be that. It just so happened that she worked at a medical imaging institute, and made an appointment for her to come in and have some tests done.