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Child suffered an electrocution, severe burns on his leg in an amputated foot. Could this be a side effect from the electrocution?

Himy son suffered an electrocution last August has severe burns on his leg in an amputated foot he s been feeling this invasion of things crawl all over his skin could this be a side effect from the electrocution it s driving him crazy he s obsessive about it I ve had a hard time believing him but I m wondering could this be a side effect from electrocution? some kind of neurological damage?how can I help him get rid of that feeling
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Welcome at HCM.

You should not bothered by these complaints.Your child is at present feeling phantom limb pains.You should consult to your physician & a good physiotherapist. There are some medicines which are very helpful in this.Some therapies like mirror they are used for such patients,they give a good relief.

Hope this will help you.

With best wishes.
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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