Hello. I am a 71 year old male who had sucessful open heart surgery in May, 2017. The robotic method worked great, but was anesthetized a total of 17 hours. Two hours pre-surgery, 5-1/2 hours surgery and woke up the next morning with paralyzed left leg and unable to stand. I regained limited use of my legs over the next few weeks and was told by the hospital that I am the only one who ever experienced this. Was sent home not knowing and found the sypmtoms online, peripheral neuropathy. Numbness, tingling, weakness and expanding to other areas. Has anyone else experienced such symptoms? What did you do? Has anyone used a tens unit? MRI scheduled Tuesday to compare with the one done at the hospital. The neurologist said he could see the problem, but has to do a new MRI to determine wht to do. Hopefully, someone has recovered from this. Thank you for taking the time to read this.