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... Hi! I just had a cortisone injection on Friday. This wasn't my ankle, but into the space between my big toe and second toe. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks for the response Bobbyf. I am at a loss. I am unable to carry out my daily work routine with the pain I'm currently in...but don't want long term side effects like the one you mentioned above. More people are encouraging me to get the injection than to not get it....but I have major reservations. ... (10 replies)
... new pod who said the newest and best way to treat a neuroma is the medrol dose pack combined with ionto which attacks the neuroma without the negative potential side effects of the shot. Wish all the pods took their CEU credits and kept up with the latest treatments. ... (8 replies)

... I tell everyone to stay away from cortisone injections. A podiatrist injected me twice and now the fat pad on the ball of my foot has thinned out so that now I'm walking on bone. ... (7 replies)
... My new podiatrist said not to get any more injections due to the side effects as mentioned above. ... (8 replies)
... I have had one cortisone shot in my left foot and 2 in my right foot. I am going to get my third next week. I have not had any side effects from these injections personally. ... (8 replies)
... If this is caused by the cortisone injection, my podiatrist never mentioned any side effects whatsoever...he didn't ask me if I wanted an injection, rather he told me he was giving it to me and I didn't know at that time that such side effects existed. ... (8 replies)
... Anyway, to answer your question, right after I received the cortisone injection, my 1st and 2nd toes became totally numb and were quite uncomfortable, in a painful way, to walk on. I had trouble moving my toes. ... (6 replies)
... Sealover what kind of side effects did you have, I am interested in learning? ... (6 replies)
... Anyway, I don't understand why some people who have a cortisone shot experience numbness or other similar problems from the injection for a few days to a week, yet other people only experience about 24 hours of discomfort. ... (6 replies)
... me complications. You may not want to hear this and I don't want to scare you out of surgery because my case is very rare, but I just want to warn you about some side effects I have gone through. ... (13 replies)
... One of the possible side effects from cortisone is that it can make you feel restless and have difficulty sleeping. ... (9 replies)
... Somehow the orthopedists don't mention or highlight side effects short and longer term, and anyway if you have been putting off surgery for ten years, trying every other solution, then you might take the chance as I did. ... (12 replies)
Update
Oct 19, 2014
... finally for the cortisone injections into both my ankles. Here I am on Sunday and they havent worked. Im getting so so down about it all at this stage, I really am. ... (16 replies)
... I had plantar fasciitis in my early 20's and I took a leave of absence for many reasons, one of which was this medical issue because, like you, it was excruciating to walk. I was also in great shape back then too. I was an exercise fiend then. Now I workout much less, and do yoga daily. I saw a podiatrist then and he prescribed daily home stretching foot/arch/achilles/calf... (11 replies)
... ed to be in good shape". I don't know what that means. The doc did put me on Diclofenac, which completely relieved the pain for the time I was taking it, but the side effects were not good, and the pain returned immediately when I stopped the treatment. I had a cortisone shot a week ago, and it has accomplished nothing. ... (33 replies)
... no side effects, like cortisone and steroid injections. Maybe this could be something that could help you. ... (11 replies)
Ankle Athroscopy
May 23, 2013
... When it comes to deciding whether or not to have surgery, you need to weigh the possible benefits with the possible negative side effects, and you need to be willing to live with what happens either way you decide to go. ... (9 replies)
... I went to a neurologist who sent me to a pain center. They did a cortisone shot, which just made it worse for awhile. They wanted to do blocks in my back, which I didn't want. ... (0 replies)
... up. Cortisone shot did wonders. I have my ankle back.....for now! ... (5 replies)


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