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An epidural injection, or epidural steroid injection, is used to help reduce pain caused by a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, or spinal stenosis. These spinal disorders often affect the cervical (neck) and lumbar (low back) levels of the spine. Pain may be accompanied by numbness or tingling that radiates in... more at Wikipedia

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Overall, 59% (1220 Members) find Epidural Injection helpful

Epidural Injection Reviews

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Thought I had found heaven to begin with. Would go 3-4 months with no pain. Then 2 months. Then a few weeks. Then nothing. Oh well, it was good while it lasted.
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My Dr. gives me muscle-relaxers with lidocaine. As long as the pain comes from my injury, they work very, very well. When my sciatic nerve is involved, not so well.
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I get them regularly and feel that they really help. (Side effects is that I feel like a train ran over me for several days).
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hurts like a lightening bolt going thru you, but gives about 3 to 4 weeks of relief.
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get these every 2weeks
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For a few days, some times for a few weeks I have had several, cervical, thoratic, lumbar, left and right
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getan injection every 2 weeks and it helps also
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Works for short period of time, first few days very painful
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I have them every 3 months
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I had 9 epidural/cortisone shots and facet joint shots. They did not help at all. They were extremely painful
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