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... I had a cortisone injection, into the bursa, by my bunionette, 5 days ago. The pain has increased, instead of decreased, and it is radiating down the side of my foot and into my arch. ... (9 replies)
... I had a cortisone injection while they were doing a fluroscope to see about bone fusing. He did another cortisone injection an hour later for pain in another joint. I mad the pain in my joints worse. The cortisone was a waste of time for me. Waiting for a triple arthrodesis. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know.....I've dealt with such an array of pain, since my bunionectomy. I got the cortisone injection, in my little bunionette, to see if that would help, but it's only increased the pain, more so, than before the injection. ... (9 replies)

... I had a cortisone injection in my ankle joint and I had what is called a "steroid flare" which made it hurt like heck but it only lasted a couple of days. The pain was quite intense though. ... (9 replies)
... i"ve had cortisone injections before in my spine, not my foot but it takes a few days for the inflammation to go down and the coritsone to work. ... (9 replies)
... I also had increased pain after my cortisone injection into my subtalar joint, but mine only lasted 10 days. My dr was very surprised to hear it lasted that long. ... (4 replies)
... diagnostic injection. The doctor promised me it wouldn't last more than 48 hours, it was really closer to twice that, although the worst new pain was gone within 48 hours. ... (9 replies)
... wm, why did you have an injection in your bunionette? ... (9 replies)
... wmkcolors, I hope that your steroid pain goes away soon, and that you do find some measure of peace with what's going on. ... (9 replies)
... or the neuroma. the first and last were fine, they helped the toe stop waking me up 4 times a night. but i hadnt got all the way to the 'walking on razor blades' pain yet,it just went numb like someone was squeezing it except for the first day, just before my shot i got the nerve pain. it helped me. ... (9 replies)
... I had a cortisone injection, into the too my foor 21 days ago. The pain has increased, instead of decreased, and it is radiating to my second toe and big toe. . I don't understand. I thought cortisone helped? ... (4 replies)
... Jane, that's funny! We had the same surgery, too. Speaking of, do you have a lot of stiffness? At first my joint moved so much better, and it does feel different than it did post op as far as impingement but I have developed a lot of stiffness I never had before. And the odd thing is it is in my mid-foot, too. (9 replies)
... Yes, cortisone is a temporary fix, in that eventually the drug wears off. ... (26 replies)
... After most cortisone injections ( assuming that's what you got) it irratates the tissue. Causing more pain, but In a few days it should feel better. (3 replies)
... years ago i had a sudden pain just above my arch and in front of my ankle. The pain started with routine walking. ... (9 replies)
... an tell. I have been off Bextra for 2 days, and it seems like I am feeling more tinging in the toe that has nerve compression, but I cannot say for sure that the increased tingling is due to stopping the Bextra. ... (53 replies)
... year so I finally went to the doctor they told me PT would do the trick. PT didn't work. So I just wore a brace all the time and took some time off of activity. Pain kept coming and going and I was in and out of pt and different doctors all the time trying to figure out what's wrong. ... (8 replies)
... Give us a rundown on the treatment you have had done and what you are having now. Have you full and equal ranges. The PT will have checked the ankle for hypomobility I presume? James (9 replies)
... My ankle is SO tender to the touch and I cannot walk for more than 10 minutes without having to stop because of the increased pain. ... (9 replies)
... is not necessary to diagnose plantar fasciitis, although it may be useful to rule out other potential causes of heel pain. Typically with plantar fasciitis, the pain is worse when first getting out of bed, or is noticeable at the beginning of an activity and gets better as the body warms up. ... (4 replies)




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