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... Welcome to the board. Are you talking about having a nerve root injection for pain or for diagnostic purposes prior to surgery? ... (7 replies)
... My spine surgeon is out this week. I have to let him know about results from this nerve root injection next week. Don't know but he may still want me to have a EMG. Don't know yet. ... (26 replies)
... Just got home from having my nerve root block injection. My back is so sore. Am on ice right now. My right quad is not hurting like it did. ... (26 replies)

... Going for my nerve root block injection this morning. ... (26 replies)
... may not clearly show which nerve is causing the pain and an SNRB injection is performed to assist in isolating the source of pain. ... (8 replies)
... may not clearly show which nerve is causing the pain and an SNRB injection is performed to assist in isolating the source of pain. ... (8 replies)
... here is a moderate sized central right sided disc herniation which indents the thecal sac, resulting in moderately severe central stenosis. THe proximal right L5 nerve root sleeve is mildly effaced by the radiation but does not appear that there is compression of the nerve root itself. ... (7 replies)
... that numbness shoud go away within few hours.. It did go away. After fews weeks pain went back like it was before the injection. So the bottom line is that First injection did not help . ... (3 replies)
... L5 disc protrusion with sciatic nerve pain to left thigh. Had been to Physio, tried acupuncture etc....put on Endone by local GP for pain relief then sent to 2 spinal surgeons when nothing relieved my pain. ... (2 replies)
... At my last appointment a month ago the orthopedic doctor suggested a nerve root injection, which I'm now on a waiting list for. ... (11 replies)
... I've already had an ESInjection done in March for my lumbar spinal stenosis and advanced lumbar facet arthritis. Meanwhile, MRI findings show stenosis in my C spine. ... (1 replies)
... s have lost the cushioning between them and are almost bone on bone. This time I have herniated it causing the inner fluid from the disc to protrude out into the spinal canal and this is what is still sitting on top of the sciatic nerve. ... (2 replies)
... scoot about the scary warnings, all legal stuff. Also, I am obviously not a doc, but the nerve root is away from the spinal cord itself. You will be fine. May I suggest you stay on the list for a pain management doc, they are lifesavers if you find a good one. Mine moved after 2. ... (11 replies)
... and gives you the benefit of the steroid to reduce the nerve root irritation. Nerve root irritation commonly causes spasm of the back muscles on the affected side. The injections you have had in past are not really at the nerve root. ... (6 replies)
... I had my second nerve root injection last week on New Years Eve. Neither one has given me any relief. And I also swear that after each one my pain has permanently gotten worse. ... (10 replies)
... Ok, here is what I know about the different kinds of steroid injections. An epidural block is an injection of pain medicine and also a steroid. ... (4 replies)
... s good that the sciatic pain only goes as far as the knee. If it is caused by the discs alone, it might resolve if you can get the disc to heal and move off the spinal nerve. In the US you would probably be given a series of epidural steroid injections to help with any inflammation and to try to get the disc to reabsorb. ... (2 replies)
... i never felt left without a complete explanation, i am so sorry for this! I would have never had the radiating nerve pain stop until the fluid filled sac was drained, absorbed or removed because it was putting pressure on everything around it including the nerve roots. ... (2 replies)
... Just been told by the injection master that he didn't want to give any more injection because he's affraid I may be infected or somthing ? ... (11 replies)
... on to say that he can't explain my leg pain. I guess this was the bad news. He said that it is a possibility that it is the Fibromyalgia. I asked him about my S1 nerve root being displaced and he said that it is only slightly displaced from scar tissue. I then asked what about the burning pain in both my archilles tendons. ... (398 replies)

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