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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

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Back Pain
1058
57%
Chronic Pain
59
69%
Fibromyalgia
16
88%
Sciatica
14
71%
Arthritis
9
67%
Overall, 59% (1187 Members) find Epidural Injection helpful
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Epidural Injection Reviews

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have had over 20. Hate them but have had some relief.
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Three shots, first and last relieved pain. Middle injection made symptoms worse.
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They help VERY short term.
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very painful helps
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again,only 4 awhile
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was very painful...got little to no relief.
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Have received many throughout the years. Currently going to have step2 of 3 step process to cauterizing the nervies
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depends on where it is done! It is extremely effective. BUT--if it doesn't work then my awesome doc, a genius at these procedures knows we need to start looking for a different cause for the pain! We've found fractures, pinched nerves, etc...
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Had this a few years ago when I was still working. Seemed to help at first but my job negated it very quickly. Commercial Building Maint.
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The injections were helpful but, unfortunately, only lasted for a couple of weeks. They were also very expensive and had migraines as side effects.
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