Hello, I had a liver transplant October 2016 due to cancer of the liver. After three months I developed aches and pains in my right leg, foot drop, Numbness in my foot and leg, constant pins and needles in my foot, swelling of my foot and ankle. The pains have brought me to tears on many occasions. The same problems are now developing on my left leg. Many Mri scans revealed @spinal stenosis' and two spinal surgeons recommended an operation but the liver teams rejected due to me on anti rejection medication. Having now seen a 'pain management' consultant who explained the 'spinal stenosis' is 'old' and not causing my pains and other problems, but it is the medication I am taking. I stopped taking a blood pressure tablet which the QE Birmingham prescribed and monitored my blood pressure. My blood pressure over several weeks has been perfect and my swelling on my foot has reduced 90%. I am awaiting an appointment with the Liver Team in February and will be asking if my anti rejection medication can either be reduced or altered. I have feelings of nausea, a runny nose, sleepless nights, muscle weakness and now need to walk with an arm crutch. Are there anyone else, who have had a liver transplant, experiencing any of the pains and symptoms I have?