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My friend gave birth two weeks ago both labour and baby fine.she now gets pins and needles start in her fingers then up to the wrist then numbness chest pains and really bad headaches.what could this be she worried now?

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She better get to a doctor asap.she has a tiny new human to care for & needs to be in good health to be able to do so.

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