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Mere moments after enduring a cesarean section and delivering her third child, Kalani, on Dec. 15, Tambra Morrison knew that something was wrong when she started to get an excruciating headache.
“I instantly felt like my head was about to pop off,” said Morrison, 32, who lives outside of Dallas. “This was my third cesarean [delivery]. I had never had this feeling.”
Morrison remained in the hospital for a week, where she said doctors were slow to address her
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