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... I had the SI injection approx. 3 weeks ago. During the injection..the area where I normally feel pain went totally pain. During the injection I did feel pain and a LOT of pressure..which I was not really happy with. It was WONDERFUL, not to have the pain though. ... (17 replies)
... numbing agent on your back, under guided fluroscopy, they injected the suspected area with steriods to bath the nerves and affected areas. For a couple of days after the injection you will more than likely have increased pain and you should take it easy for a few days to let the medication work. ... (12 replies)
... S1 and have been getting care from a neurosurgeon and pain management doctor since November 2012. I got my first intralaminar epidural steroid injection in May of this year. The shot increased my back pain and leg symptoms severely for one week after shot. ... (0 replies)

... my chiro on Wed, and we talked about possibly doing facet joint injections in my l4 and l5, depending on how the si injections may help relieve enough pain where it feels better everywhere. ... (34 replies)
... Thank you for your advice. My pain certainly seems to have got worse since I have increased my activity so I will back that off a bit. Having said that, the pain isn't too bad but what is most disconcerting is the way my muscle in my left calf is constantly firing,... I can watch it jumping and creeping. ... (5 replies)
... ating the potential for side effects from any given drug, there are several things to consider. One issue to think about when it comes to steroids is how was the steroid administered and for how long? ... (17 replies)
... I had three in the lumbar and one cervical. My lumbar ESI's were done in my pain management's office. As Successtory stated some office's have different methods of performing these injection's. ... (7 replies)
... t found the time. My name is Beth, and I have been dealing with back pain straight for almost 3 years. Here is my story, in timeline fashion to streamline things. ... (16 replies)
... What can I expect during the first few days after the procedure? ... (2 replies)
... Is it possible that the first steroid injection inflamed the nerve and will another injection just cause more problems? ... (3 replies)
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... to me it was the same as the first. Pain after the second procedure was increased as well, but only for 1 day. I got no relief form the first ESI. ... (17 replies)
... therapeutic measure commonly used in both acute and chronic back pain cases, including prolapsed discs. ... (4 replies)
... Sciatic nerve pain down right leg. ... (16 replies)
... Also, the slight delay in the crippling pain makes some sense, as the doctor would have injected a steroid to knock down the inflammation and sometimes a numbing medication, too. ... (7 replies)
... Adam, I'm really sorry you have this pain. I am dealing with the same thing. Have been for 18 months. I have a herniated disc at L5 S1. The pain is unbearable at times and I feel completely helpless. ... (8 replies)
... ow back and I could hardly move. So went to the ER and they gave me a couple Vicodins and took an xray and sent me home. The next day I had an appointment with a Pain Medicine and Rehab clinic doctor. ... (56 replies)
... Depending on where in the hip the pain is located it could be simply bursitis. If that is the case, an injection of lidocaine or something similar in the steroid family can easily calm the pain and eliminate it. It is a common problem, one easily addressed but you have to see the right doctor for the right condition. ... (1 replies)
... over the past 6 weeks I was experiencing lower back pain. At first it was like sciatica with pains down left leg when sitting but increased to severe pain that included some saddle numbness at times. ... (7 replies)
... Anyway, I had injections after the surgery, and my experience was not good. They caused increased pressure on the nerve root and the scar tissue, and the only relief I had was from the analgesic the dr injected at the time of the injection. ... (2 replies)
... ESI is an epidural steroid injection. ... (13 replies)

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