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... s and one nerve block. ... (1 replies)
... It was the nerve block that caused it. ... (6 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that. Was it the spinal cord injury that causes the paralysis or the nerve block injection? ... (6 replies)

... I'm so sorry to hear this. I'm sure your doctor told you that this procedure was going to help and take away the pain. All he did was cause you added problems. How are you managing. Do you have much pain. Are they taking responsibility for what happened to you. It doesn't sound like you can work. I hope you get the help you need and recover. I know depending on the case... (6 replies)
... On September 11.2007 I was parilyzed on my right side from the hip down. I had a nerve block injection and for 6 hours i was parilyzed from the waist down. The left side came back with very little nerve damage but the right side it totaly paralyzed. ... (6 replies)
Nerve Block Inj
Aug 13, 2009
... Has anyone had an nerve block injection, and it work, Im really scared to have this shot, just wondering if anyone else has had it (9 replies)
... Did you receive any compensation for the injury and were they found to be negligent? Are you allowed to collect disability? Hope you have a good support network. vlaud (6 replies)
... in over 2 years! My PM Dr said he can do 2 more injections, 4 weeks apart but won't use a steroid because it's not good for me. I still haven't scheduled another injection because I don't know if it will work with what ever med he'll use. I'm still thinking about it. I don't know what med he was talking about? ... (23 replies)
... What is the purpose of the nerve blocks? ... (23 replies)
Nerve Block Inj
Sep 13, 2009
... Epidural and nerve block are the same thing in this context: epidural spinal injection - it can be interlaminar (in the center space of the canal) or it can be transforanminal (at the nerve root - aka nerve block) As for PT after an injection - some docs like to order PT if the epidural has helped you with a little relief to do some PT. (9 replies)
... brace that was made for me and I am doing well learing how to walk from my hip. This has been putting a huge strain on my left hip. Yes i have some pain from the nerve damage from the back operation but i have no feeling in my right leg at all. ... (6 replies)
... I did not have a nerve block but I just had a Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection on Friday. ... (8 replies)
... nerve block 5 days ago, as well as one in my trap. My right arm still feels quite weak. Is this normal? ... (2 replies)
Nerve Blocks
Jan 13, 2003
... I have a herniated disc at the L5 S1 level, and I had a series of 3 epidural injections in Aug. I think this is considered a nerve block injection, right? ... (4 replies)
... I am back to my usual pain which is a steady 6 everyday! The injection is well over with. I got no relief, pain instead and all of that is over as well, just the pain I've had all along and of coarse it sucks. ... (12 replies)
... Dextrose is usually not used in an ESI or nerve block. It is the basic ingredient used in prolotherapy. What type of doctor are you seeing for these injections? ... (12 replies)
... The term nerve blocks can be used differently depending on the dr doing the injection. ... (12 replies)
... My Dr did a peripheral nerve block at s1, 2, 3 and cluneal using medicine, dextrose last week on Tuesday. Well, something terrible happened. He had to have hit a nerve !!!! ... (12 replies)
... I simply do not want to have another surgery, injection or any other physical procedure and will avoid them until I can't stand the pain anymore! ... (23 replies)
... Perhaps you will be a candidate for a nerve ablation if you are getting relief from an injection. I don't know what drug he would use to take the place of a steroid. ... (23 replies)

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