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... If you are allergic to sulfa drugs, you will react to the lidocaine or other anesthetics they may use if they aren't aware that most of them have sulfa based preservatives in them. Also, cortisone injections hurt like crap for the first 48-72 hours and they just don't tell you that up front. It DOES make it worse at first, depending on where the injection is, but it... (23 replies)
... the tendon. Maybe coming off the Klonopin so fast made you clench and aggravate the tendon. An NTI has given me some relief, but we're going to have to pursue cortisone injections and prolotherapy to help the tendon heal and reattach to the bone. ... (23 replies)
... A normal headache patient will be better after all of these measures were taken. But, with us, it takes more. ... (20 replies)

... I have never tried prednisone. I do see a pain mgmt. doc and I'm going tomorrow, I will mention it to him. Dr. Piper....well, he diagnosed me with CRPS...chronic regional pain syndrome, and he wanted me to do pt for two weeks down there while also doing ketamine injections at a facility in Tampa, and also getting some kind of injections with him (can't remember what his... (20 replies)
... Temporal tendinitis has been called "The Migraine Mimic" because so many symptoms are similar to migraine headache pain. ... (6 replies)

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