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What are the Symptoms of Epidural Abscess? (3rd May 23 at 8:39am UTC)
The Possible Symptoms of Epidural Abscess
An epidural abscess is a rare but serious medical condition that can cause symptoms such as:

Back pain:

This is the most common symptom of an epidural abscess. The pain may be severe, constant, and worsen with movement.

Fever:

A fever is often present in cases of epidural abscess. It may be low-grade or high-grade and can indicate an infection in the body.

Neurological symptoms:

Depending on the location of the abscess, neurological symptoms may be present, including weakness or numbness in the limbs, loss of sensation, and difficulty moving or walking.

Headache:

A headache is a less common symptom of an epidural abscess, but it can occur due to pressure on the spinal cord or brain.

Loss of bowel or bladder control:

This is a severe symptom that can indicate a significant nerve compression caused by the abscess.

Nausea and vomiting:

These symptoms can occur due to the presence of an infection in the body.

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it's essential to seek medical attention immediately. An epidural abscess can lead to severe complications, such as paralysis or even death, if left untreated.
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