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... Hi, for those of you who have had a ankle block injection...what exactly can I expect? ... (6 replies)
... Did you have the ankle injection? how was it? How long is it suppose to last? And why did they recommend it? (6 replies)
... I had the nerve block in my doctors office without any sedatives. He said that it would not hurt, but warned me that I might kick him. He did three areas on my foot. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks for the info! So, how did you feel after you came to?? Did it break the pain cycle? (6 replies)
... The injection will number your entire foot. I had mine under IV sedation, so I have no memory of it. ... (6 replies)
... I think so. The podiatrist called it a local anasthetic block (ankle block). (6 replies)
... Is that the same as a nerve block around your ankle? ... (6 replies)
... The anesthesiologist also asked and then he initialed my leg just above the knee on that leg. He then administered the block and waited to make sure that it was taking effect. He explained that the injection on the outside would numb from the last 3. ... (12 replies)
... He had two screws removed from his heal from a previous surgery. He had a sural nerve removal on the outside of his left foot which caused a stump neuroma and on the inside of his foot the doctor untangled the nerve that had gotten bundled up from a previous surgery. ... (11 replies)
... burns all day. He suggested i actually aggravate my symptoms and come back in and he will do a nerve block injection. Do you know about this? ... (13 replies)
... ently had the lower halo of my fixator removed in the doctor's exam room. He injected me with numbing medicine and removed four pins which went through my lower foot and heel. That was scary getting those pins removed. The doctor surprised me and started pulling out his tools before I could object. ... (16 replies)
... to former levels of activity the pain returned. However my MRI showed a tear and surgery was recommended. Here things went from bad to worse. I was given a nerve block injection behind the knee as part of the surgical anesthesia. ... (4 replies)
... again. The burning was even still there, so it isn't worth the side effects. I'll see what my PM dr. wants to do on Friday. I wonder if he will still do another injection or agree I can get off the neurontin. And I'll see how much he is pushing for that pain psychologist. That should be a fun appt. ... (240 replies)
... Well, I has the nerve block this morning. Took some Valium since then recommended it. ... (240 replies)
... as a diagnostic test to see if my nerve is the problem for the pain in the ball of my foot under the 2nd toe. after the injection he wanted me to walk around and monitor how i was feeling for the next 5 hours before the numbness wears off. ... (28 replies)
... to make it shorter to take the pressure off the bottom of my foot so the plantar plate would heal. ... (28 replies)
... and it was during this surgery that the peroneal nerve was damaged or at least irritated because I immediately had shooting pains into my big toe as soon as the block wore off. Tha initial intense pain did get better but has never completely gone away. ... (11 replies)
... screw too. Foot elevation definitely helped out with the pain from blood flowing to it. I felt numbing and burning alot in the first week or two. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks so much to all of you for taking the time to post. After my first post, I had what was one of the worst weekends of my life. On Saturday, my foot felt like it was being crushed and the Vicodin wasn't doing anything except making me nauseous. ... (7 replies)
... He wanted to right then and there give me an ankle block. I was so caught of guard that I decided not to get the injection and wait until I see him on again on Thursday. He put me in a soft cast and in a walking boot, so I am definitely more comfortable. ... (10 replies)




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