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epidural injections

I am scheduled for sciatic joint injections to relieve my chronic lower back pain.  Are there any adverse reactions to this procedure?  Is it safe?  I receive cortisone and Euflexxa injections in my knee ( Bone on bone- but trying to postpone replacement surgery )  Will these two procedure interfere with each other?  Is that too much cortisonein my body all at once?  Timing of injections is staggered.This discussion is related to LUMBAR SPINE MRI.

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Are there Injections for Back Pain? - WebMD

Continued Epidural Injections. Epidural means "around the spinal cord." These shots include a steroid medicine, also called corticosteroid, and usually an anesthetic ...
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epidural steroid injections - Spine-Health

Epidural steroid injections can temporarily relieve many forms of low back pain and leg pain (sciatica) and help a patient progress with rehab and exercise.
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Epidural Steroid Injection - MedicineNet

Read about epidural steroid injection, a common procedure to treat spinal nerve irritation and back pain. Learn about potential complications and side effects ...
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Epidural steroid injections: Why limited dosing? - Mayo Clinic

Generally, you can receive only a limited number of epidural steroid injections a year.
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Epidural Steroid Injection: Get Facts on Complications

Information on an epidural steroid injection to the cervical, thoracic, or lumbar area of the spinal cord. This procedure may be necessary due to a herniated disc ...
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Epidural injections for back pain: MedlinePlus Medical ...

Read our article and learn more on MedlinePlus: Epidural injections for back pain
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Epidural administration - Wikipedia

Hence, lumbar epidural injections carry a low risk of injuring the spinal cord. Insertion of an epidural needle involves threading a needle between the bones, ...
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Epidural Steroid Injection | Columbia Neurosurgery

An Epidural Steroid Injection is a block that is most commonly used to decrease pain and inflammation. This treatment can be highly effective because it de
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Epidural Injections -

Current and accurate information for patients about Epidural Injections. Learn what you might experience, how to prepare for the exam, benefits, risks and much more.
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Epidural Steroid Injections

Epidural Steroid Injections (ESIs) are a common method of treating inflammation associated with low back related leg pain, or neck related arm pain.
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Lumbar Epidural Injections

Ellen I have never had any luck with the 3 sets of LESI's and honestly they were super painful. I have had steroid injections on other parts of my body like wrist and shoulders that did work very well.  My father has had them and had relief for months. It all depends on the person. Depending on how you do you may or may not need all three injections. Make sure you know the benefits and risks of the injections before you get them. I hope your pain stays away any you do not need them. Best of luck to you! Ginger
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Are Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections Safe with CM? long as u and the Dr doing the injection know u have Chiari and how to help avoid a leak or issues after the injection u should be ok....I had an epidural long b4 I knew I had Chiari....I did have a leak, but it was a student nurse that pulled me up b4 I was to get, know u need to remain flat for at least an hour after the procedure and do not lift, bend or nething once u get home...keep hydrated and rest.
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What is the success rate of an epidural steroid injecton?

I know 3 people who have had them lately and it helped only one of them.  Thats about all I know.  I have had back surgery and looking at doing it again on another disc.  My nuerosurgeon said it wouldnt hlep me
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Syrinx & Epidural Inj

Hi All!  Does anyone have a personal experience when it comes to Syrinx and epidural injections.  The Syrinx is located T6-11, my hernated disc at T3-4..and pain mgmt wants to do an injection for the disc, but my concern is the syrinx.  He said he has injected people with syinx before.  I wanted to see what the opinions were on the forum on the subject.  Thanks!
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Epidural injection?

The injection will contain a corticosteroid which can help to greatly reduce inflammation. Sedation is not unusual, but you won't be put to sleep and it's all over in a few minutes. Best wishes.
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pain during epidural injections

I had a myelogram two months ago (they injected dye) and I had the same problem you did. It hurt terribly down into my lower back/butt and they said it was the dye irritating the nerves. I'd never had lower back pain before. I still have the same pain everyday through my lower back/hips and down my legs and still they say its the dye. Are you doing better now? How long since your last injection?
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Epidural injections w/weight gain

I also gained weight after two injections. I think this is pretty common and it will gradually go away.  I am diabetic and it also caused my blood sugars to go out the roof.
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Anyone have adverse reaction to epidural injections?

I have had 21  epidurals to date. Some have helped greatly while others seem to cause more pain than I could imagine. I have three level fusion in my lumbar and prepare for my last two lubar disc to be removed in a few days. I would suggest seeing an orthopedic dotor asap and prepare for sugery
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Spinal stenosis and lumbar steroid epidural

I too have had exactly what you have described. I have had some relief from the epidural, but the pain has returned full force. I have been told by my doctor (who did not do the shot) that I could continue to have them without too much harm to the rest of my body. I have had two. The one thing I noticed was it made the rest of my back "crackly"). That doesn't cause pain but a bit of apprehension as I did not have this before the shots. I did not have groin pain. Did you overstretch your groin getting into the position on the table for the procedure? Or did you overdo something because you had relief for a bit because of getting the shot? Don't forget the rest of our body is under stresses when the back is in pain or out of allignment. It might be easy to stretch something. Put ice on it for a few days and if it does't get better report it again. (I hope you reported the pain to your nurse at least) Fellow feeling Kathie
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Chronic T3-T4 compression fracture pain

I sure hope it will work since I am dealing w/same thing. I do have a T3-T4 compressed fractured vertebrea and hurt severly.I have had a ACD & F on C5-C6 Feb.'06 and was fine until 3 mos. later I decided to help parents and mow lawn(riding) and then fell while straddling hammock. Could this be the problem that the screws came loose or moved or can it be the fractue of T3-T4 that is causing all the pain.My shoulders,arms and hands hurt.I was recently dx w/carpel tunnel in both this possible since I haven't worked since '04? I am @ at my wits end w/pain and meds are ridiculus(fentanyl patch 50mcg,Norco 10/325,Lyrica 150mg,Zanax 1mg.(usually half at time...careful..too much med for pain,but it is so severe don't know what to do..can u help in any way..I would appreciate it so much... I am so sorry for ur accident..I wouldn't wish this pain on anyone or anything...My Neuro that did surgery told me that my surgery was ok..and this was @ 2 mos. ago,but he isn't going to own up to that...that would put him in a sit. don't u think?  Well, I just pray that we both get the help we are looking for...I didn't realize this was an old post you'll prob. never see this..I hope that u do in some way I will pray that u do ....maybe then I can come to a conclusion in some way..GOD BLESS...    ***@****
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