I am the type of person that I need all the personal stories so that I understand this procedure on a person level. I am having a lumbar epidural injection. They told me 3 hrs long. I am in a lot of pain, barely walk, sit, lay down. They told me that I am very guarded because of the pain and they were going to put me to sleep to do it. I am scared bc I have a spinal tap and thus a spinal headache that took 3 blood patches to seal. I would NEVER wish a spinal headache on my worse enemy. It was horrible. I know that it comes with the person who does the injection. But what should I expect? Has anyone else been put to sleep for this procedure? I took oral steroids for the inflamtion and that didn't work nor did the muscle relaxers. I am in a whirl wind on what to expect. I just want to walk around and not carry a cushion everywhere I do. I am only 30 I got living to do...
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