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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
1087
57%
Chronic Pain
59
69%
Fibromyalgia
16
88%
Sciatica
14
71%
Arthritis
9
67%
Overall, 59% (1216 Members) find Epidural Injection helpful
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Epidural Injection Reviews

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Worked 1st time only & only lasted 5 weeks
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worked for a week every time, but then right back to pain
Working / Worked
Some people find this helpful...I did. Others, say it was a complete failure. Only way to know is to try it out. Good luck!
Working / Worked
Some worked, some didn't.
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no
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I have had 5 Epidural injections sometimes they work sometimes they dont. My Pain Clinic doctor will only give the injections 3 times a year. My first one for this year was the end of January and I actually didnt have any nerve pain til this week it is slowly coming back in my lower buttocks. Hopefully the severe nerve will not come back until I am back from a small vacation in DC 3 days the end of this month. I have been given Vicodin and Oxycodone neither help.
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No
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Nope
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Worked briefly but need to keep doing them in order for them to be effectivr.
Working / Worked
Kinda the same experiences as above stated.
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