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... There is straightening of the normally observed cervical lordosis and diffuse cervical disc dehydration dhange. The posterior fossa is clear. ... (3 replies)
... disk which has kept me out of work for 9 months now. I am finally going for epidural injections, had 2 and am going for my 3rd and final injection in a few days. ... (13 replies)
... I have a couple of questions for anyone who has had an ESI. I had a cervical epidural steroid injection late in the day last Wednesday. The paperwork given to me by my doctor said that it could take up to seven to ten days for the steroid to provide relief. ... (12 replies)

... ring almost a whole year now after years of 10 hour days in front of the PC. I know work in a recliner with a swingarm LCD and my neck is ALWAYS supported. The injection isn't going to make anything better. The purpose of BEFORE is simply to lower swelling so PT is more tolerable. ... (6 replies)
... Went to the doctor today .. his response was to proceed with the 3rd steroid injection and prescribe a 30 day course of muscle relaxers. ... (14 replies)
... I had my first cervical epidural in April. Procedure was relatively painless. ALL of my pain was relieved by the 3rd day following the injection. ... (7 replies)
... ork for approximately six weeks now! I am a legal secretary and it is unbearable to sit in the the chair for 8 hours and type with my right arm! I did have the cervical epidural injection last week and I am scheduled for the cervical facet injection next week! ... (21 replies)
... I had my first cervical esi on Tuesday; the procedure wasn't bad at all so I wouldn't hesitate to have another injection. It seems to have helped quite a bit, except at night my shoulders and upper arms still ache and thus keep me awake. What I'd give for a good night's sleep. Question: For how long will doctors keep giving the injections? They say 3 or 4 times a year,... (12 replies)
... I have also had transforaminals. The way I understood it was that it was more of a general application to the disc area as opposed to the nerve root injection that was more of a diagnostic tool. With the transforaminals you don't have to participate at all as I remember. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for all of your answers and advice. I really appreciate them, but so far I'm still confused as to what to do. My injection is scheduled for Wed., and so far I really don't have any other options. ... (7 replies)
... I will see a neurosurgeon in a few days, trying to schedule appt for a 2nd opinion as well, scheduled for epidural injection in a couple of weeks, which is not likely to do much for function, but may relieve some pain for a while, or not.. ... (7 replies)
... The epidural injection on Wednesday could lead to two more injections. Many doctors use a series of 3, one every two weeks. ... (2 replies)
... give it some time, and avoid activity that you know can aggravate your pain and see if the injection works. ... (5 replies)
... Those first two were actual injections, where they stuck a needle into my neck. In March, I had another injection done at a different facility. They ran a catheter through my upper back up into the neck and then squirted the steroid cocktail into the inflamed area. ... (3 replies)
... I recently went through a series of 3 cervix epidural injections with 'some' relief. Two were done with a flouroscopic and one in the doc's office. All were done to the back of the neck. ... (3 replies)
... I just had a Epidural Injection last week and thru this week experienced a bit of relief but not what I was hoping for. ... (6 replies)
... Hi...I had a cervical ESI done a few weeks ago. ... (10 replies)
... The doc that did the actual injection did it at a surgical center, so not sure if he is part of an actual hospital but I'll be looking into that next. ... (2 replies)
... ould not stop shaking. Did not sleep at all last night, could not find a comfortable position. Today I am very sore and have a bad headache. Soreness at sight of injection and pain going between shoulder blades down my back. Very uncomfortable. ... (7 replies)
... ill continue to get worse, the arm might get worse. In my experience you cant retrain a muscle that is being cramped etc by inflamation and irritated nerves. The epidural may well settle things down. Then the PT can do some good. ... (6 replies)

Associated Tags: cervical canal stenosis, disc-osteophyte complex, foraminal stenosis, foraminotomy, pinched nerve

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