The more they stay the same...
Finally gave up and went to a pain management MD. so far it was a water of time. I got a steroid epidural injection in my spine at L4. The nurse told me to get up and get dressed and pulled the curtain. I bent a bit to pick up my clothes and both knees buckled. That was fun. Then the pain was way worse for about 10 days. Then it went away for two weeks. Now it's back like nothing ever happened. What a waste of time.
I exercised today. Supernatural on the Oculus Quest. Afterward I could barely move my legs. I seen m to have a neuroclaudication. But I guess all I can do is keep trying to exercise and take whatever time it takes to recover. Prob a nearly a week. Lucky I can do it at all, right? But I do wonder how long until I'm either unable or I have a bad enough fall to be injured permanently. I fall about once it twice a month.
The worst is knowing that my life is only going to get worse. There world and this life really suck.
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OMG! It's working MUCH quicker than expected.The official word is: "It can take about 2 to 8 weeks before patients start feeling better, and it can take 3 to 6 months to feel the maximum effect of this medication."I was in a raging full body flare and quite concerned about waiting for it to work. I was prescribed prednisone . . . but never used it! After just ONE DOSE I didn't need...